Horoscope for the week ending January 11 ARIES (Mar.
Big Austrian consortium may buy biggest GSM operator Mobiltel, it emerged after a meeting of Transport Minister Petrov with representatives of the potential buyer of the first Bulgarian GSM operator in December. Minister Petrov did not make an official st
There is no reason that prices go up or that inflationary shock takes place because of the euro launch, Krassimir Katev, Deputy Finance Minister said. According to him the new European currency can only have positive influence on the Bulgarian economy.
Women's chances for joining the political elite have increased since the general elections in June 2001, according to 75% of 62 MPs, interviewed by the National Public Opinion Centre. 45.
Bulgarian medics have important role for the Libyan health care, the rector of the Al-Fateh University Prof. Dr.
Foreign Minister Passy and an official Bulgarian delegation is at an official visit to Iran.
The National Border Police Service (NBPS) has requested the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to urge the Turkish authorities to strengthen the protection of the two countries' common border in order to stop illegal migration, the NBPS Director, Colonel Valeri
Bulgaria's Ambassador to Russia Iliyan Vassilev expects January to be particularly intense as far as the Bulgarian-Russian relations are concerned. In an interview for the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency he recalled that the Bulgarian Foreign Minister Passy wi
Every second Bulgarian disapproves of the political events in Bulgaria since the fall of communism in November 1989, a survey, conducted by Bulgarian polling agency Alpha Research, shows. 33% say the political changes did not affect their lives, while 17%
The car fuels’ prices increased with BGN 0.01-0.
The snow did not stop about four thousand people to gather late in the evening of December 31 on Alexander Batenberg Square in Sofia to see the New Year in together. Famous Bulgarian pop singers performed at the concert, aired live on the Bulgarian Nation
2001 was also the year when all Bulgarians continued to strive for a better living, President Stoyanov said. He expressed regrets at having to speak about such tragic events in a night when everybody hopes for the better.
Commenting the economic indices in 2001 Finance Minister Milen Velchev said Bulgaria saw some positive developments during the year, despite the global economic recession in Western Europe and the U.S after the tragic events of September 11.
Sofia's Public Transport Company Gets New Busses
Sofia Zoo Closed