Text provided by US Embassy, Sofia, December 25, 2001, Sofia - The U.
“I prayed for the dead children, but naturally, most of all for their parents, because what they are going through is a nightmare,” Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg told journalists before his departure for Madrid on December 23. He underlined that the t
Foreign Minister Passy and Mohamed Ali al-Masirati, Secretary of Libya's General People's Committee for Justice and Public Security, held a joint conference on December 22. Earlier in the day the Libyan People’s Court postponed once again the hearing of t
A stairway collapsed Friday when thousands of teen-agers tried to get into a disco in downtown Sofia, and the interior minister said at least seven young people died. State radio said some 3,000 teen-agers were trying to get into the disco at the time of
Eight teens were killed Friday (seven announced later on - editors' note)night as they attempted to pack into a disco to celebrate the end of classes and the beginning of the holidays, authorities said. The teens -- most of them between the ages of 13 and
The former ministers from the Government of Prime Minister Ivan Kostov invited in Parliament the current Government to a public discussion on the “White Book.”
93% of the young Bulgarians are willing to leave the country, the results from a survey conducted by National Center for Research of the Public Opinion show. Only 7% of the young people say that they would not emigrate.
Bulgaria’s agreement with the International Monetary Fund was published on the website of the Bulgarian Finance Ministry.
US President Bush position is that all new democracies from the Baltic to the Black Sea should have an equal opportunity for accession to NATO, is written in a letter by Donald Rumsfeld, US Defense Secretary. The letter was read at the 6th Southeast Europ
? number of Arab and Libyan newspapers and on-line editions made extensive coverage of Foreign Minister Passy's visit in Tripoli on the occasion of the trial of the Bulgarian medics, accused of deliberately infecting 393 children with HIV virus. Among the
Reuters By Anna Willard
BBC Bulgarian Foreign Minister Solomon Passy is due in Libya on Wednesday to discuss the trial of six Bulgarians who have been accused of deliberately infecting nearly 400 children with the HIV virus.
"It is unlikely that the new government will be able to live up to all the expectations the people have. But the economic political road the government has taken, is the right one", Lambsdorff, Count Dr.
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