Bulgaria’s Cabinet is highly focused on building gas inter-connector pipelines with neighbouring countries, with a special emphasis on the link to Greece, which is part of Sofia’s strategy to diversify […]
Bulgaria’s Finance Ministry said on May 2015 that the consolidated Budget surplus for the first four months of 2016 was 2.35 billion leva, or 2.6 pe ...
EU’s anti-fraud office Olaf said in its annual report for 2015 that the re-organisation carried out in 2012 has improved effectiveness “ac ...
Over the past day, Bulgarian Border Police have prevented attempts to cross into the country illegally by a total of 215 migrants, the Interior Minist ...
Unemployment in Bulgaria was 7.1 per cent in April 2016, down from 10 per cent in April 2015, and remaining below the average unemployment figure for the European Union of […]
The price of public transport tickets in Bulgarian capital Sofia will increase from one lev to 1.60 leva on June 1, the first price hike ordered by the city hall […]
Bulgaria’s Health Ministry has organised a number of events countrywide as part of May 31, World No-Tobacco Day. EU statistics show that about 35 per cent of Bulgarians aged over […]
Sixty military personnel from a Blagoevgrad-based unit were continuing to assist Border Police teams at the Kulata checkpoint at Bulgaria’s border with Greece, the Bulgarian Ministry of Defence said on […]
Bulgaria’s central bank has approved the indirect sale of TBI Bank, one of Bulgaria’s smaller financial institutions, to Luxembourg-registered 4finance Holding SA. The acquiring party will buy 100 per cent […]
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov called together senior officials for a special meeting in the south-west Bulgarian town of Blagoevgrad on May 29 to discuss the situation at the Greek […]