Vice-Admiral Emil Evtimov is Bulgaria’s acting Chief of Defence, succeeding General Konstantin Popov who stepped down because his former subordinate Roumen Radev was elected the country’s President. Evtimov’s inauguration in […]
The Sofia City Prosecutors office lodged charges in court against Defence Minister Nikolai Nenchev on January 16, accusing him of failing in his dutie ...
Bulgaria’s Defence Minister Nikolai Nenchev, a member of the outgoing government and who is facing criminal charges in connection with the handl ...
Bulgarian prosecutors have lodged criminal charges against Defence Minister Nikolai Nenchev in connection with his conduct in concluding a deal for th ...
European security co-operation has never really been off the EU’s agenda, but controversy, political divisions and expense have for many years kept it well away from the top. Donald Trump’s […]
Nikolai Nenchev, Defence Minister in Boiko Borissov’s outgoing government, said on November 22 that he expected to face criminal charges in connection with the country’s contract for the overhaul of […]
The visit of the outgoing US President Barack Obama to Athens is going to go down as one of the important moments in Greece’s political history. It’s the fourth visit […]
As America’s European allies try to figure out their future relationships with Washington under President-elect Donald Trump, analysts say NATO and Russia are involved in an increasingly tense battle for […]
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Defence said on November 10 that it had signed a contract for the supply of 10 engines for the Air Force’s Russian-made MiG-29 jet fighters – and, […]
Bulgaria’s President Rossen Plevneliev, who as head of state is also commander-in-chief, has urged “transparency and openness” in the process of a 1.5 billion leva process to acquire new fighter […]