The European Commission adopted on November 28 the Bulgarian human resource development operational programme that envisages spending more than a billion euro on creating jobs and strengthening social cohesion in […]
A special meeting of Bulgaria’s cabinet will be held on December 1 to discuss new measures against floods, Prime Minister Boiko Borissov told th ...
Bulgaria’s Movement for Rights and Freedoms, the third-largest party in the National Assembly, said on November 26 that it had expelled two MPs ...
The saga of Bulgaria’s long-delayed purchase of new military jet fighters to meet Nato requirements is set to continue unresolved for a few more ...
Roumen Porozhanov, who was finance minister in Bulgaria’s 2014 caretaker cabinet, is again being appointed to head the State Fund Agriculture – a post he held from 2011 to 2013, […]
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is lending 500 million euro to Bulgaria to co-finance priority projects supported by EU funds during the 2014 – 2020 Programming Period, the EIB said […]
The head of Bulgaria’s State Agency for National Security (SANS), Vladimir Pisanchev, has come under harsh political criticism from parties in government after his performance addressing a closed session of […]
Bulgarian Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov has held talks with Russian ambassador Yuriy Isakov, telling him that as a member of the European Union and Nato, Bulgaria shapes its policies on […]
The only useful route to take is to withdraw our support from the government, nationalist Patriotic Front (PF) co-leader Krassimir Karakachanov said after a new Sofia regional governor was appointed […]
The Ebu Bekir mosque in the Bulgarian town of Pazardzhik that was a focus of a security operation against alleged radical Islamic terrorism is not under the jurisdiction of the […]