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For two months, the Bulgarian authorities have been miscalculating the number of vaccinated people in the country.
Bulgaria is pushing for an end to “discrimination” against the Bulgarian minority in North Macedonia, with Bulgarian Rumen Radev discussing the topic with his Austrian counterpart Alexander Van der Belen on Monday in Vienna.
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev paid a working visit to Salzburg on 26 July, at the invitation of Austrian Federal President Alexander van der Bellen.
In June, in the conditions of pandemic, Bulgarian citizens took 458,700 trips abroad, National Statistical Institute data show.
To meet growing demand and an increase by more than 40 per cent in bookings, Bulgaria Air increases its flights from Sofia to Moscow, Amsterdam, Palma de Mallorca, Madrid and Larnaka, in August and September, the air carrier said.
In the period from January to March 2021, total trade between Moscow and EU member states rose 2% to USD 27.
The Health Ministry has ordered the termination of a contract for building a new children's hospital which would involve the completion of a complex of buildings nextdoor to Sofia's Alexandrovska Hospital.
More than 500 medical workers leave Bulgaria every year.
Public opinion of the caretaker cabinet is, at this point, positive – 58.
The British government has sought to ease food supply pressures in England by exempting more than 10,000 workers from quarantine rules that had led to staff shortages and empty shelves and fears of panic-buying, AP reported.
Bulgaria’s caretaker government plans to increase all pensions from 1 October this year, announced Finance Minister Asen Vassilev, adding that if parliament supports his proposals, no pensioners in Bulgaria will be living below the poverty line by autumn.
Caretaker Economy Minister Kiril Petkov Friday said that his ministry is preparing an alert to the prosecution service about a project for "a ministerial complex in Sofia Tech Park".
Germany and the United States on Wednesday announced a deal to allow the completion of Nord Stream 2 (NS2) to Europe without the imposition of further American sanctions.
The National Recovery and Resilience Plan, Version 1.
With a new order of the Ministry of Health, 6 more countries, including the UK and Spain, have been added to the Covid-19 "red zone” list and their tourists will not be allowed in Bulgaria.
Bulgaria has begun construction of the longest tunnel in the Balkans, as part of the railway between Sofia and the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Bourgas.
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