The US administration is unlikely to sign in the short term an agreement with Bulgaria for the alleviated issuing of visas.
Emel Etem, Bulgaria's Minister of Emergency Situations will head a 13-person delegation to meet with US officials on Wednesday to discuss disaster preparation and response.
At the Alliance of Civilizations forum held in Istanbul Monday, Bulgaria President Georgi Parvanov praised the high levels of ethnic tolerance in Bulgaria.
US President Barack Obama is in Prague Sunday to meet the EU leaders.
US President Barack Obama and his Bulgarian counterpart Georgi Parvanov have met during the NATO Summit in Strasbourg, France.
Bulgaria's President, Georgi Parvanov, said Saturday in Strasbourg, France, that NATO had serious issues with the process for nominating and picking its new Secretary-General.
The Bulgarian bidder for the NATO Secretary General position, Solomon Passy, believes his nomination for the top job still might end up being successful.
The Bulgarian Parliament passed a declaration on NATO's 60th anniversary, and the 5th anniversary of Bulgaria as a member of the Alliance.
The Mayor of Sofia, Boyko Borisov, was bestowed Thursday the National French Order of Merit.
The two most powerful men in the world, Presidents of the US and Russia held talks in London Tuesday.
American President Barack Obama congratulated the people of Bulgaria, in a letter to Prime Minister Sergey Stanishev, on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the country's accession to NATO.
The Islamic countries have appealed to Turkey to veto the nomination of the Danish PM as NATO's Secretary General.
The British Secretary of State for Defense, John Hutton, voiced the opinion that Denmark's nominee for the NATO Secretary General post is "a very, very strong contender."
The US Ambassador to Bulgaria, Nancy McEldowney, has stated that corruption and organized crime are the most serious problems that Bulgaria faces.
Bulgaria's leaders, President Parvanov and PM Stanishev, welcomed the President of Ireland, Mary McAleese, to Sofia Wednesday .
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