Archive for May 5th, 2017

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May 5, 2017, by The Sofia Globe staff

Starting his third term as Bulgaria’s Prime Minister, Boiko Borissov has told European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker that his cabinet will discuss a candidate to fill Bulgaria’s vacant seat on […]

Bulgarian President calls for ‘long-term policy’ to end dangerous personnel outflow from armed forces

May 5, 2017, by The Sofia Globe staff

Bulgaria’s President Roumen Radev has called for a long-term policy to put an end to the dangerous downward trend in the number of armed forces ...

Bulgaria’s new Foreign Minister defends sanctions on Russia, says losses ‘far from what is said’

May 5, 2017, by The Sofia Globe staff

Bulgaria’s new Foreign Minister, Ekaterina Zaharieva, has defended European Union sanctions against Russia, adding that while Bulgaria suffered ...

Saga of unexploded bombs in Plovdiv residential district continues

May 5, 2017, by The Sofia Globe staff

Residents of Plovdiv’s Trakiya residential district have had a few days of anxiety after a succession of unexploded bombs was uncovered by worke ...

  • Service and friendliness: A long way to go in Sofia
    May 5, 2017, by Imanuel Marcus

    Note: This article was previously published on F&F Magazine, which is now part of The Sofia Globe. Raymond (name changed), a British expat in Bulgaria, felt like having a snack […]