A letter of Bulgarian Ambassador to the USA Elena Poptodorova to Republican Senators has been instrumental in the ratification by the US Senate of the new US-Russia Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START 2), the Bulgarian Embassy in DC told Novinite.com
Turkish soap operas have conquered the Balkans reversing Turkey's negative image with the Balkan nations from the time of the Ottoman yoke, according to Austrian paper Der Standard.
Some temporary public councils of Bulgarians abroad are disgruntled by the fact the cabinet failed to consult them while preparing the Bulgarians and Bulgarian Communities Abroad Bill.
Bulgaria will have a new Ambassador in Brazil in a couple of weeks or months, the country's Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov announced Wednesday.
Sofia's Court of Appeal denied to hand over the Serbian orthodox priest Jovan Vranisovski to Macedonia on Tuesday.
The Bulgarian embassy in Brazil is in a terrible condition, with no running water or electricity, the Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has complained.
Brazil's newly sworn-in president Dilma Rousseff will visit Argentina and Uruguay for her first official international trip, according to International Affairs Secretary Marco Aurelio Garc?a.
The United States and even Portugal are jealous of Bulgaria for the warm welcome of the Bulgarian delegation by the new Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff, the Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov said.
Bulgaria’s PM Boyko Borisov and US Secretary of State, Hilary Clinton, have confirmed the bilateral strategic partnership between the two countries.
Bulgaria’s PM Boyko Borisov has given a congratulatory letter from the EU Council President, Herman van Rompuy, to the newly inaugurated Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, the Bulgarian private bTV reported.
Brazilian new president Dilma Rousseff, who has vowed continuity with the term of her predecessor, will easily convince doubters that she is not simply Lula in lipstick, a prominent Brazilian journalist argues.
Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov has sent a congratulatory telegram to Brazil's President-elect Dilma Rousseff on her stepping in office.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov will be one of the very few European leaders, who will attend the inauguration of Brazil's new President Dilma Rousseff, who is of Bulgarian origin, on January 1.
Bulgaria will be either the first or the last country that Brazil's president elect Dilma Rousseff will visit during her European tour, according to the Bulgarian 24 chasa daily.
President-elect Dilma Rousseff has invited to her inauguration 11 women with whom she shared a prison cell in the early 1970s during Brazil's military regime.
Dilma Rousseff has confirmed she will keep her promise to visit her father's homeland Bulgaria in the summer of 2011, a Brazilian presidency's foreign affairs advisor announced.
Dilma Rousseff, Brazil's new President, who is of Bulgarian origin, broke the protocol and welcomed the Bulgarian state delegation two days before her formal presidential inauguration.
Two prominent namesakes – Maxim Behar from Bulgaria and Maxim Behar from Brazil – are going to present Brazil's new President, Bulgaria-descended Dilma Rousseff, with the bestseller "111 Rules on Facebook" at her inauguration.
Dilma Rousseff has confirmed she will keep her promise to visit her father's homeland Bulgaria by the end of 2011, according to reports.
Bulgaria's foreign ministry has threatened to strip of diplomatic status the country's honorary consul in the Turkish town of Bursa following his arrest over alleged illegal trade in historical artefacts.
Bulgaria's prime minister, who is in Brazil to attend the inauguration of Dilma Rousseff as the country's new president on Saturday, will be the first to meet her two days earlier, local media reported.
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