Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov has called his Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu to congratulate him on his victory in Israel’s March 17 elections, the government media service in Sofia said […]
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s efforts to maintain his dominance over his country’s politics are causing splits with his ruling AK P ...
Nato ships assigned to Standing Nato Maritime Group Two (SNMG2) arrived on March 4 2015 in the Black Sea to operate and train with ships from the Bulg ...
With Moscow declaring in the coming years that it will divert its gas supplies away from Ukraine and through Turkey to supply Europe, Ankara said it i ...
Bulgaria is sending Turkey and Greece an urgent note on the levels of three rivers as well as of dams along the Arda River, the Environment and Water Ministry said […]
A Turkish court will try a Dutch journalist on charges she disseminated “terrorist propaganda.” The indictment could further strain relations between Ankara and Brussels and raise concerns that state pressure on […]
The new 82km fence that Bulgaria plans to build at its border with Turkey will be higher, wider and well dug into the ground, nothing like the temporary fence built […]
The Bulgarian military will provide logistical support for securing the border with Turkey in the face of an expected increase in illegal border crossings by refugees. This was announced by […]
Bulgaria’s Parliament has agreed that an 82km fence along the Turkish border, which Prime Minister Boiko Borissov estimates will cost 90 million leva (about 45 million euro), be built without […]
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan convened a Cabinet meeting in a rare move Monday, raising concerns among critics of a power grab from what was once a largely ceremonial position. […]