The airport in Bulgaria's Black Sea city of Varna is open for business and has resumed its normal schedule, the management announced Saturday.
Petroceltic International has announced it might give up on natural gas explorations on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, as it did not manage to obtain enough volume to justify commercial production.
Bulgarian caretaker Prime Minister, Marin Raykov, has met in Rome his Italian counterpart, Enrico Letta, the Cabinet's press center informs Saturday.
The first goal of Bulgaria's new cabinet must be to tackle negative economic and social trends in Bulgaria, stated PM hopeful Plamen Oresharski.
The cabinet envisioned by Bulgarian Socialist Party PM nominee Plamen Oresharski will implement both leftist and rightist policies, chosing in each case based on pragmatic criteria, said the PM hopeful.
Bulgarian Socialist Party's PM nominee Plamen Oresharski has stated he will be ready with a full cabinet proposal on Monday, but will probably not reveal it before Tuesday.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party is continuing intensive consultations on the composition of the cabinet proposal it is expected to table to Parliament Monday or Tuesday.
New names of candidate-ministers are circulating in Bulgarian media Saturday as the Socialist Party, BSP, is holding negotiations with the ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, for the forming of the new Cabinet.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, is holding Saturday negotiations with the ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, for the forming of the new Cabinet.
The team of Ludogorets Razgrad won for the second consecutive time the Bulgarian national football championship, after the A-league's last round Saturday.
German police have sought to mitigate earlier reports that there is an increased risk of terrorist attacks in public areas during Saturday's UEFA Champions League final.
Herbert Stepic, CEO of Raiffeisen Bank International, one of the largest banks operating in Eastern Europe, has offered to resign after his personal investments in Asian real estate came under increasing scrutiny.
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