Bulgaria’s state electric utility NEK lost an arbitration lawsuit against Russia’s Atomstroyexport, the company picked to build two 1000MW nuclear reactors at Belene on the Danube River, a project that […]
Bulgarian business executive Bogomil Manchev, chief executive of the Risk Engineering company, was on October 4 2013 charged with incitement to embezz ...
Bulgaria’s prosecutor’s office said on September 23 that it has not pressed charges, at this stage, in its investigation of payments linked to the ...
Bulgarian prosecutors and law enforcement raided 17 properties in four Bulgarian cities and towns on September 20 as part of an investigation into all ...
Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski said on September 13 that he was confident that Bulgaria’s legal counsel “will do everything possible to minimise the damages” from the arbitration lawsuit filed […]
Bulgarian Socialist Party leader Sergei Stanishev has reaffirmed the determination of his party, currently in power, that the Belene nuclear power station project should go ahead. Speaking in Koprinka at […]
Sofia’s administrative court ruled to make public, subject to freedom of information request, all the information regarding the feasibility study carried out by consultants HSBC on the Belene nuclear plant […]
Bulgaria’s Economy Minister Dragomir Stoynev said on June 10 that the country’s government has not made a political decision to restart the mothballed Belene nuclear station project. Making an appearance […]
Plamen Oresharski, appointed prime minister of Bulgaria as of May 29 in the socialist government, held his first official meeting with ambassadors of European Union and Nato member states on […]
Bulgaria’s government is set to host talks on the future of the mothballed Belene nuclear power plant project later this week, when a Russian delegation is expected in Sofia, Prime […]