Bulgaria is not yet ready to introduce a Lobbying Вill, according to the Speaker of the Parliament, Tsetska Tsacheva.
The Serbian Orthodox church is lobbying with Bulgaria's President, Georgi Parvanov, for the release of Serbian priest Jovan Vranisovski, according to Macedonian media.
The World Bank has expressed readiness to back the efforts of the Bulgarian government for integration of the Roma.
Bulgaria is now unwillingly involved in the church conflict between neighboring Macedonia and Serbia, after it detained Serbian priest Jovan Vranisovski.
Greek President Karolos Papoulias, who arrived Wednesday on a two-day official visit to Sofia, has vowed his country's support for Bulgaria's accession to the Schengen area in March 2011.
Bulgarian-Greek relations are developing gradually, regardless of the government in power, Bulgaria's President, Georgi Parvanov, said after the meeting with his Greek counterpart, Karolos Papoulias.
Greece's President, Karolos Papoulias, is arriving Wednesday in Sofia on a two-day working visit at the invitation of his Bulgarian counterpart, Georgi Parvanov.
The US Ambassador to Sofia, James Warlick, is asking to have available more details on the Bulgarian-Russian agreement for the construction of the South Stream gas line.
The Turkish Ambassador to Sofia, Mehmed Gyudjuk, is leaving Bulgaria with the country's highest order "Stara Planina.
The proposals for an intensification of cultural cooperation that the Russian delegation to Sofia advanced Saturday were met somewhat lukewarmly by the Bulgarian party.
During his working visit to Sofia Saturday, Russian PM Vladimir Putin has requested a discontinuation of Bulgarian production of Russian weapons with expired license.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin completed his state visit to Sofia by paying respect to the relics of St. John the Baptist and by meeting with His Holiness Maxim, Patriarch of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church.
Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov has made it clear he is especially happy to welcome Russian PM Vladimir Putin in Sofia, and to see progress in the Bulgarian-Russian energy deal.
The Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin was captivated by his Bulgarian counterpart Boyko Borisov's gift for him Saturday – a Bulgarian Shepherd puppy.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has thanked Bulgaria for the attention it has paid to its relations with Russia in the past few months.
Russian PM Vladimir Putin's Saturday's visit to Bulgaria is his third in his capacity of a Russian state leader, even though he made the first two as the President of the Russian Federation.
The tete-a-tete meeting between the Prime Ministers of Bulgaria and Russia, Boyko Borisov and Vladimir Putin, in Sofia Saturday lasted only 20 minutes.
It is important and beneficial for Bulgaria to have as many political alternatives and view points as possible, US Ambassador to Sofia, James Warlick, says.
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