The trade volume between Bulgaria and Turkey could increase twofold.
Bulgarian Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin has said that an agreement on a tripartite border center between Greece, Bulgaria and Turkey is to be signed within a few days.
Bulgaria's Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin will meet with his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu in Sofia on Thursday.
The Bulgarian government is dissatisfied with Ukraine's decision to cancel the recognition of Bulgarian language as regional language.
Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev will pay an official visit to Montenegro, the President press office informed.
Russian Foreign Ministry has expressed indignation at another case of vandalism of the Soviet Army monument in Bulgaria's capital city of Sofia.
Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev met briefly with Russian President Vladimir Putin before the closing gala of the Winter Olympic Games on Sunday.
The EU will allow Switzerland time to find a solution after the country's referendum that approved the introduction of immigration quotas.
Strengthening the role of Ukraine's parliament and early presidential elections were among the topics discussed at the emergency meeting in Kiev.
The main responsibility for the events in Ukraine is of the government, said Bulgaria's Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin before the extraordinary meeting of his EU counterparts.
Russia demanded of Bulgarian authorities to punish the organizers of the Lukov March, which took place in Sofia last weekend.
The European Union is expected to urgently agree sanctions against those responsible for the violence in Ukraine, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso confirmed.
Bulgaria's Minister of Foreign Affairs Kristian Vigenin issued an official declaration on the latest escalation of violence in Ukraine.
Bilateral relations between Bulgaria and Turkey are not imperiled by the recent attack on the mosque in Bulgarian city of Plovdiv, said Turkish ambassador to Sofia Suleyman Gokce.
Bulgaria's Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin believes there is nothing wrong in signing an intergovernmental cooperation agreement with North Korea.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev met Wednesday with Frano Matušić, Rapporteur of the Monitoring Committee of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE).
Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry has put up for sale a building in Leipzig and three apartments in Cairo.
Bulgaria's cabinet has formally approved a draft intergovernmental program for cooperation with North Korea in the areas of research, education and culture.
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