US Ambassador to Bulgaria, James Warlick, has issued a statement in support of the 3rd "Sofia Pride" gay parade planned for the upcoming weekend.
Bulgaria's President, Georgi Parvanov, asks for the development of a pragmatic regional program for the adaptation of the EU "Europe 2020 strategy" to the Balkans since the region is the next step in the expansion of the Union.
The cabinet will propose to President Georgi Parvanov to release General-Major, Volodya Tsvetanov, from his duties as Chief Inspector at the Defense Ministry.
Bulgaria's President, Georgi Parvanov, met Tuesday in Istanbul his Turkish counterpart, Abdullah Gul to discuss energy security and collaboration.
The process for appointing Bulgarian diplomats is not transparent, according to Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Vesela Cherneva.
The British Ambassador to Bulgaria, Steve Williams, officially supports the upcoming Gay Pride Parade in Sofia this Saturday.
The foreign ministers of Brazil, Celso Amorim, and Germany, Guido Westerwell, will make their first visits to Bulgaria over the week.
Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov has awarded renowned Russian diplomat and politician Yevgeny Primakov the "Honorary Order of the Head of State.
An increasing number of women and children are applying for a refugee status in Bulgaria, according to representatives of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Sofia.
Germany fully supports Bulgaria's efforts to become a State where the rules and the law are observed, Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, declared Monday.
The Macedonian Court in the town of Kavadarzi has delivered 9 months suspended sentence and 2 years probation period for the Bulgarian mother, Spaska Mitrova.
The leaders of the Republic of Macedonia are "mentally ill", according to Dragi Kirov, an activist of Initiative Committee of Bulgarians from Macedonia.
The information that a Romanian Court has sentenced to twelve and a half years of jail time Bulgarian national Petar Zikulov, who is charged with espionage for the Ukraine, is not yet confirmed.
The eight Bulgarian sailors from the "Asian Glory" ship, who were released recently by the Somali pirates, arrived in the city of Varna on Thursday.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has phoned his Israeli counterpart Binyamin Netanyahu earlier this week to ask about the personal belongings of the two Bulgarians who sailed on the Gaza flotilla and whose belongings were confiscated by the IDF.
US President Barack Obama has sent a letter to thank Prime Minister Boyko Borisov for Bulgaria's support in Afghanistan.
Bulgaria's hopes to become a regional power strongly allied with the USA have caused it to pull out of the planned large-scale Russian energy projects in the Balkans, according to a Russian security analyst.
The eight Bulgarian sailors from the "Asian Glory" ship, who were released recently by the Somali pirates, are expected to arrive in the city of Varna at 9:15 pm Thursday.
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