Poland’s police will have to revise its security plans for the July 2016 Nato summit in Warsaw as existing plans with sensitive data have been sent to several dozen e-mail addresses […]
Russian state media often act as cheerleaders for disunity and dysfunction within the European Union and tout Europe’s supposed moral decline and fa ...
The European Union on Saturday published details of its decision extending sanctions against Russia for its 2014 takeover of Ukraine’s Crimean P ...
Bulgaria always has supported the idea of intensified exercises in the Black Sea, but only under the Nato flag, Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov said on ...
Russia’s track and field team has been banned from the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The global body that governs track and field competition, the IAAF, announced Friday that […]
The European Council has extended by a year its sanctions against Russia in response to Moscow’s illegal annexation of Crimea and Sevastopol, the EU announced on June 17 2016. The […]
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 Prime Minister Boiko Borissov has spoken out against his country taking part in a Black Sea fleet being proposed by Turkey and Romania in what is seen as a […]
Bulgaria could deploy about 400 military personnel to take part in training and joint exercises as part of a Nato multinational brigade in Romania, Bulgarian Defence Minister Nikolai Nenchev said […]
In what was hardly a surprise move, the Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church called on June 13 for the postponement of the Pan-Orthodox Council due to start in […]