BY Martina Krejcova I love Bulgaria too! Not only Bill Clinton - as he said through videotape on tourism conference.
NATO is to invite no more than seven countries for entry into the alliance at the Prague summit in November, German newspaper Berliner Zeitung wrote, citing informed sources in Brussels.
VOA News Bulgaria's new president says he will lead his country toward membership in the European Union and NATO.
3,000 mental hospital patients can sue the State in the European Court in Strasbourg for violations of the European Conventionion on Human Rights and win, Krassimir Kunev, Bulgarian Helsinki Committee Chairman said, commenting on a report of the Committee
Unemployment in 2001 is less than a year ago, according to Social Ministry data. In December the unemployed were 20 532 less than a year ago.
Georgi Parvanov was elected president of the Republic of Bulgaria on November 18, 2001. In his speech after being sworn in at Parliament as the new President of Bulgaria on January 19, Parvanov said that he will work for the economic and financial stabili
Kathimerini Daily wrote that currently ruling majority in Bulgaria failed to realize its pre-election promises. The newspaper predicts that the bad economic situation will lead to early parliamentary elections.
Barriers to the creation of new firms are a critical obstacle to sustained growth in the transition countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, according to a new report by the World Bank entitled "Transition: The First Ten Years."
Associated Press NATO chief Lord Robertson warned eastern European nations hoping to secure membership in the alliance this year that they will have to pull their weight in the mutual defense pact.
Itar-Tass By Andrei Naryshkin
“If we have to issue new Bulgarian euro bonds, that will take place in the second half of the year. It is very probable though that such issue won’t be necessary since now the basic macroeconomic indicators are better than it was expected,“ deputy finance
Financial Times; Jan 16, 2002 By ROBERT ANDERSON and STEFAN WAGSTYL
Gross foreign debt totalled USD 10,024 BLN at end-November, preliminary figures of Bulgarian Central Bank show. Compared to figures of the end of 2000, gross foreign debt was down by USD 339.
UN Security Council is a standing body of the international organization, which means that it can be convened any time, Vladimir Sotirov, Bulgaria’s representative to the UN, said, commenting the Security Council work. He added that its program is very in
BY Milena Hristova “Bulgaria has long traditions, it is a stable element in a non-stable region,” Gernot Erler, deputy floor leader of the German Social Democratic Party, said in his lecture on Germany’s policy in Southeastern Europe after the events of
“I believe that Mr. Busec likes our country, which does not mean that it will be privileged in any way in his future work,“ Vladimir Filipov, coordinator of the Stability Pact for Bulgaria said for the Bulgarian National Radio.
Bulgaria's Parliament to Discuss Draft Law on Space Exploration
Bulgaria’s Population Shrinks Further