Tsvetan Vassilev, head of the supervisory board of Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB), has lodged a formal complaint with Bulgaria’s Prosecutor-General against what he calls false allegations against him by members […]
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev has once again reiterated Sofia’s interest in buying gas from Qatar, but bemoaned the lack of available import ...
Bulgaria will not recognise the results of the March 16 2014 referendum in Crimea, foreign minister Kristian Vigenin said after talks with his German ...
The initiative committee set up last month to gather signatures for a referendum on electoral rules in Bulgaria delivered its petition to Parliament o ...
More than nine months after the formation of Bulgaria’s current government, the leaders of the two parties and their prime minister held a meet-the-press session with about 200 journalists on […]
Bulgaria held its annual commemoration of the 1943 resistance by civil society, religious leaders and some politicians to the deportation of Bulgarian Jews to the Nazi death camps of the […]
At a special meeting on March 7, the Bulgarian Socialist Party’s national council voted overwhelmingly for the expulsion of Georgi Purvanov and his allies in the former BSP leader’s rival […]
The United States, Bulgaria and Romania are to hold a joint military exercise in the Black Sea, less than 500km from Crimea, involving the USS Truxtun, a destroyer that is […]
Renovations to Sofia central railway station, to cost close to 56 million leva (about 28 million euro) will begin in early April 2014 and are scheduled to be completed within […]
The development of natural gas interconnectors in the region was on the agenda at a meeting of the prime ministers of Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia in the Bulgarian Danube city […]