The President of the Assembly of Kosovo, Kadri Veseli, was in Bulgaria at the end of last week for participation in the third plenary session of the South-East European Cooperation Process (SEECP) Parliamentary Assembly, which was one of the final events
In an interview with Novinite.H.E. Vladimir Curgus, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to the Republic of Bulgaria, comments on the state of play in bilateral economic relations, Serbia’s EU accession negotiations as well as the country’s response to th
Lt. J.G. Alonso, who works at the Spanish Navy and who was on board Spanish research ship Hespérides between 2009 and 2012, has talked to Novinite about life and cooperation in the Antarctic.
The Council of Europe's Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland spoke to Novinite minutes after Bulgaria's rotating chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers with the Council of Europe had come to an end on Wednesday, May 18.
Dr Taylor was in Bulgaria for the Sofia Science Festival, an annual event which is now a traditional way of telling there is much more to science than quiet people looking through a microscope. He spoke to Novinite just before his presentation.
An interview with Fabio Tambone, Head of Institutional International Relations Unit, Directorate for Institutional and External Relations at the Italian Regulatory Authority for Electricity, Gas and Water.
Novinite has met with Bogdan Rusev - a Bulgarian writer who has recently had his first novel - "A Tourist, He Thought" - published in English. The book is far from being a simple translation of the Bulgarian text, though.
In a recent interview with Romania's premier business magazine, leading Bulgarian PR expert Maxim Behar reveals the latest trends and changes in the industry.
Itamar Rabinovich, a former Israeli Ambassador to the United States (1993-1996), spoke with Novinite last week, while he was in Bulgaria to attend a conference on education and culture and their role in combating extremism.
Novinite has interviewed Aleksander Kwasniewski, who served as President of Poland between 1995 and 2005. Kwasniewski was in Bulgaria for a conference titled "Countering Violent Extremism: New Security Agenda for Education and Culture”.
"For too long Bulgaria and other countries of the region have been concentrating on large scale pipeline projects such as South Stream and have left behind the development of important regional infrastructure," a EU Commission official has told Novinite.
Cultural diversity is one of the distinguishing features of the American English Academy (AEA) in Sofia.
"We know we have problems, and we are not going to make a list of problems, because then people, politicians may be stimulated to add to the list, rather than ticking off and agreeing on what we have resolved."
Novinite.com has approached Marina Stephens, wife of Leonard Homeniuk, for an interview focused on his legal battle against a potential extradition to Kyrgyzstan.
Social media have changed the world for the better: people are more informed and more critical, while business and politics are more transparent, says the founder of M3 Communications Group, Inc.
We met Yoav Chudnoff, who has been actively contributing to Sofia News Agency in the past few months, to ask him about his life in Bulgaria.
We met Israeli author Ellis Shuman while he was in Bulgaria in may to meet friends and visit the Rhodope Mountains.
Pandas are so cuddly… and are given too much attention, whilst there are many other, unknown and “aesthetically challenging” animals we should work more to preserve.
Novinite has interviewed Vassil Terziev - co-founder and CEO of Telerik AD and current Chief Innovation Officer of Progress Software.
Elan Zivotofsky is a General Partner and Head of the Investment Team at Ourcrowd, a leading global equity crowdfunding platform.
The leader of the newly-established leftist movement often dubbed "The Bulgarian SYRIZA" has commented for Novinite on the issues in Bulgaria that need rapid change.
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A Third of Bulgarians Facing Energy Poverty