Archive for April, 2016

  • Why few refugees want to stay in Bulgaria
    April 28, 2016, by Deutsche Welle

    More than 4500 refugees made their way to Bulgaria this year, but few actually stayed. Mariya Ilcheva visited the country’s largest refugee camp. Harmanli, about 60 kilometres from the Turkish […]

  • Bulgaria claims huge reduction of red tape on businesses
    April 27, 2016, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    A reduction of the administrative burden on businesses has led to cost-saving of 104.5 million leva (more than 53 million euro) a year, according to the Bulgarian government. A report […]

  • Bulgarian Cabinet proposes changes to Foreigners Act
    April 27, 2016, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Bulgaria’s Cabinet is to propose to Parliament amendment to the Foreigners Act that will impose stricter requirements regarding applications for a long-term stay visa for people appointed as representatives of […]

  • Bulgarian prosecutors file trial against SANS department head
    April 27, 2016, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Bulgarian prosecutors have filed a trial against a department head of the State Agency for National Security (SANS), who was indicted on charges of divulging classified information over a period […]

  • Poland launches Polish Mining Group
    April 27, 2016, by The Warsaw Voice

    Representatives of mining and energy companies as well as banks and financial institutions signed a deal on April 26 2016 founding the Polish Mining Group (PGG) in an effort to […]