Bulgaria and Poland signed on August 28 2015 a letter of intent indicating their willingness to co-operate in Poland maintaining, repairing and upgrading MiG-29 fighter aircraft of the Bulgarian Air Force, […]
Prosecutors in the Bulgarian town of Kyustendil were to ask a court on August 28 to order the remand in custody of five men who were detained near the ...
Bulgaria’s much-postponed gas inter-connector pipeline with Romania has run into a new delay, with the company picked to drill under the Danube Rive ...
The accused in the July 30 murder of British expatriate Janet Bennett in the Bulgarian village of Malomir was found dead in custody on August 25, in w ...
Bulgaria’s Cabinet was preparing to seek damages for the idled properties that were due to host infrastructure for the now-abandoned South Stream gas pipeline, with the government approving on August […]
Bulgaria’s 2015 mayoral and municipal elections, the first round of which will be held on October 25, will cost close to 51 million leva (about 26 million euro), Finance Minister […]
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov wrapped up a two-day visit to Turkmenistan on August 25, during which he met Turkmenistan president Gurbanguly Berdymuhamedov to discuss closer economic co-operation between the […]
Bulgaria’s Central Election Commission began on August 25 accepting applications by political parties and coalitions to register to compete in the country’s mayoral and municipal elections to be held on […]
Bulgaria’s Economy Ministry said that it has finished the petrol stations checks ordered by Prime Minister Boiko Borissov last week, shutting down fewer than one per cent of all fuel […]
Nato begins an airborne training exercise on August 24 in Bulgaria, Germany, Italy and Romania, the largest such combined airborne training on the continent since the end of the Cold […]