Bulgaria's Interior Minister Rumyana Bachvarova has said the structure of the migrant inflow in to the country has been changing in the last few months.
Tatyana Doncheva, the deputy head of left-wing Movement 21 party, has said she will be running for president in November.
The party of Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov is set to unveil the name of its presidential nominee by September 20, but might not announce it even later, Borisov's deputy has made clear.
The presidential candidate of Bulgaria's leading nationalist parties has called on the country to tone up its communications with both the EU and Turkey, the public radio has reported.
The presidential candidate of Bulgarian Socialists Maj Gen Rumen Radev is embarking on a series of meetings with voters to unveil his election platform.
Left-wing ABV party has endorsed the nomination of Maj Gen Rumen Radev for the forthcoming presidential elections.
Bulgaria’s State Agency for Refugees has received 9,388 applications for protection in the first seven months of 2016, close to the 2014 total of 11,081 and nearly half of last year’s total of 20,391.
Maj.Gen. Rumen Radev is the nomination of main opposition Socialists for President of Bulgaria, party leader Korneliya Niniova has announced.
The right-wing Reformist Bloc, the junior partner in Bulgaria’s minority coalition cabinet, has demanded that Interior Minister Rumyana Bachvarova explain to Parliament why the government turned over Turkish businessman Abdullah Buyuk to Turkey last week.
Bulgaria’s Ministry of the Interior will set up checkpoints inside the country to counter the smuggling of irregular migrants, a senior police official has said.
Bulgaria is ready to deploy additional troops to help border police tackle an increased inflow of irregular migrants, the Chief of Defence General Constantin Popov has said.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has denied any direct connection between the move to expel Turkish national Abdullah Büyük and efforts to avoid an increased migrant inflow into Bulgaria.
Vladimir Kuzov, a former lawmaker found guilty of pedophilia in the 2000s, said on Thursday he would run for president in November.
Bulgaria’s President Rosen Plevneliev has issued a decree for the retirement of Air Force Commander Maj Gen Rumen Radev from military service.
Leaders Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and left-wing ABV have announced they are moving closer to nominating the outgoing Air Force Commander, Maj Gen Rumen Radev, to run in the next presidential elections.
UNESCO Director General, Bulgarian Irina Bokova, has made it into a list of the world's most powerful women, according to AFP agency.
Movement 21, the smallest party in the talks among left-wingers seeking to produce a joint nomination for Bulgaria's presidential elections, is withdrawing from the dialogue, its leader has said.
Bulgaria has only received six migrants under the EU relocation plan adopted in the autumn of last year, the State Agency for Refugees (DAB) has said.
The deputy head of ABV party said Monday his organization and the socialist opposition BSP are close to raising a joint nomination for the upcoming presidential election.
Serbia has offered to help Bulgaria protect its southern border with Turkey against a flow of irregular migrants trying to reach western Europe.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister Rumyana Bachvarova and her Serbian counterpart Nebojša Stefanović are set to meet on Sunday afternoon to discuss the situation at the common border and check security measures there.
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