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Govt Brings Home 63 Bulgarians from Egypt

The plane of the Bulgarian government sent to evacuate the Bulgarian citizens who want to leave Egypt arrived in Sofia at about 8:20 pm Tuesday.

Politics » Diplomacy | February 1, 2011, Tuesday // 20:30 | Viewed: 1829

Sofia Govt Plane Evacuates 63 Bulgarians from Egypt

The plane of the Bulgarian government sent to evacuate the Bulgarian citizens who want to leave Egypt has departed from Cairo with 66 people on board.

Politics » Diplomacy | February 1, 2011, Tuesday // 18:10 | Viewed: 1271

Bulgarian Coaches in Egypt: Stop Violence, Let's Play Football

The Bulgarian coaches of one of the leading Egyptian football teams, ENPPI, believe that the civil unrest in the country will most likely terminate Egypt's football championship for a month.

Politics » Diplomacy | February 1, 2011, Tuesday // 18:01 | Viewed: 2105

70 Bulgarians Set to Leave Egypt on Government Plane

About 70 Bulgarian citizens have gathered at the Cairo International Airport to leave the Egypt which is shaken by civil unrest.

Politics » Diplomacy | February 1, 2011, Tuesday // 17:31 | Viewed: 1686

Greece Evacuates 3 Bulgarians from Egypt's Alexandria

Three Bulgarian citizens were evacuated on Tuesday from the northern Egyptian city of Alexandria with the help of the local Greek Consulate as Egypt continues to see heightened civil unrest.

Politics » Diplomacy | February 1, 2011, Tuesday // 17:06 | Viewed: 1185

Bulgarian Tourists First Evacuated from Egypt, Disgruntled

A group of ninety Bulgarian tourists, who were on holiday in the Egyptian resort of Hurghada, landed during the night in Sofia, the first nationals from the Balkan country to leave Egypt, which has been torn by civil unrest in the past week.

Politics » Diplomacy | February 1, 2011, Tuesday // 09:35 | Viewed: 1680

Sofia Finally to Send Plane to Collect Bulgarians from Egypt

Bulgaria will dispatch its government plane on Tuesday to collect from Cairo those Bulgarian citizens wishing to leave Egypt, which has been torn by civil unrest in the past week.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 31, 2011, Monday // 18:11 | Viewed: 1596

No Bulgarian Evacuation from Egypt for the Time Being

No evacuation of Bulgarians from turmoiled Egypt is needed for the time being, according to an announcement by the Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 31, 2011, Monday // 08:56 | Viewed: 1255

Bulgaria: Egypt Needs Change in Favor of Democracy, Human Rights

The civil unrest in Egypt from the past week demonstrates the country needs change towards greater democracy and human rights, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov said in a special statement Sunday night.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 30, 2011, Sunday // 21:07 | Viewed: 1709

Bulgaria Re-States Warning over Egypt Travel, Mulls Evacuation Plan

A special crisis headquarters of Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry is expected to come up with a plan to evacuate the 200 Bulgarian citizens stranded in Egypt by the intensifying civil unrest.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 30, 2011, Sunday // 19:15 | Viewed: 1636

Foreign Ministry Ready to Evacuate Egypt-Stranded Bulgarians

There are currently 200 Bulgarians in Egypt, according to information from the Bulgarian Foreign Affairs Ministry.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 30, 2011, Sunday // 13:10 | Viewed: 1728

Foreign Ministry Asks Bulgarians to Scrap Egypt Travel Plans

The Bulgarian Foreign Affairs Ministry issued a warning Saturday asking Bulgarian citizens to refrain from traveling to Egypt in the upcoming days.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 29, 2011, Saturday // 14:45 | Viewed: 1788

Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry Warns over Violence in Egypt

Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry has issued a statement describing the escalation of the tensions and street violence in Egypt.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 28, 2011, Friday // 19:20 | Viewed: 1674

Bulgarian PM, Interior Head Differ on Turkey Border Fence Plans

Bulgaria's PM Boyko Borisov and Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov have different opinions on whether the country should restore the fence along the Bulgarian-Turkish border as a measure against the spread of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD).

Politics » Diplomacy | January 28, 2011, Friday // 14:32 | Viewed: 1686

Holocaust Survivor: Bulgaria Discriminates Roma

Bulgaria, Romania, Italy and France are discriminating their Roma minorities, according to Dutch gypsy and Holocaust survivor Zoni Weisz.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 27, 2011, Thursday // 18:14 | Viewed: 2685

Armenia Appoints New Ambassador to Bulgaria

Arsen Shoyan has been named the extraordinary and plenipotentiary Ambassador of Armenia to Bulgaria, the president's press office announced.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 26, 2011, Wednesday // 14:57 | Viewed: 1454

UK Ambassador to Bulgaria Appointed Channel Islands Rep in Brussels

Steve Williams, current British Ambassador to Bulgaria, has been appointed Director of European Affairs for the new Channel Islands Brussels Office.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 26, 2011, Wednesday // 08:44 | Viewed: 2665

Borisov: Kotooshu Bulgarian, EU Ambassador to Japan

The Bulgarian government delegation completed its four-day visit in Japan with traditional rituals in the presence of Bulgarian sumo wrestler Kaloyan Mahlyanov, aka Kotooshu.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 25, 2011, Tuesday // 20:27 | Viewed: 2800

PM: No Terrorism Fears in Bulgaria, We Are Close with Arabs

Bulgaria counts on its balanced foreign policy and good relations with the Arab world in order to prevent terrorist attacks such as the one that just happened in Russia, according to Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 25, 2011, Tuesday // 15:52 | Viewed: 2289

Bulgarian Moscow Attack Victim Was Austrian Citizen

The man, identified as Nikolay Ivanov, who was killed in the Monday terrorist attack at the Domodedovo airport in Moscow, was an Austrian citizen, not a Bulgarian one.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 25, 2011, Tuesday // 12:51 | Viewed: 2331

Bulgarian PM Sends Condolences to Russian Counterpart

Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, has sent a condolence letter to his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, regarding the tragedy at Moscow's "Domodedovo" airport, the cabinet press center informs.

Politics » Diplomacy | January 25, 2011, Tuesday // 10:47 | Viewed: 1347
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