On Friday, Bulgaria was shaken by an unprecedented informational attack on one of the country’s leading banks, First Investment Bank (FIB).
We have already seen this situation with the banks before, when there was mass psychosis, people rushing to pull out their savings, and the Lev spiraling into hyperinflation.
There is no breakout of infectious diseases in Varna’s flooded Asparuhovo district, Bulgaria’s Chief Health Inspector Dr.
Early parliamentary elections are never healthy for the business climate of the country, according to Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association (BICA) chairman Vasil Vasilev.
The center-right GERB party of Boyko Borisov will win a majority in the early parliamentary elections, ex-Constitutional Judge Georgi Markov believes.
Over the past days, we have heard increasing talk about the introduction of mandatory voting in Bulgaria.
The European Commission (EC) lacks enough powers to delay the construction of the South Stream gas pipeline, Vladimir Chizhov, Russia's Ambassador to the EU, told ITAR-TASS in an exclusive interview.
Each time the ЕC slams Bulgaria over South Stream, Economy Minister Dragomir Stoynev makes a statement, with both anger and anxiety carved into his face.
The prominent Bulgarian political scientist and head of the Center for Liberal Strategies, Ivan Krastev, shared his views on the crisis in Ukraine.
Iiliyana Yotova, a member of European Parliament from the Bulgarian Socialist Party, commented on the European election results.
Alexander Kyosev, a cultural historian, professor at the Sofia University, for Deutsche Welle.
The disproportion between salaries of highly qualified and low qualified labour in Bulgaria is a well-known fact, stressed Ivan Neykov, former Labour and Social Policy Minister.
Bulgarian energy expert Prof. Atanas Tasev believes the situation with the electricity distribution companies poses a threat to the country's energy security if not resolved.
Bulgaria and Bosnia-Herzegovina will be the only countries to be left with no gas supplies if deliveries via Ukraine come to a halt, the President of the Russian Gas Society argued.
The European Parliament elections will not be decisive for the future of the current Bulgarian government, according to the political analyst Parvan Simeonov.
Bulgaria's intentions to scrap permits of grid operators could do nothing more than "to feed some people's ego", EURELECTRIC head Hans Ten Berge said in Bulgaria.
The Russian Foreign Ministry did not hesitate to dismiss Kiev's proposal that a nation-wide poll on "decentralization of power" be held on May 25 alongside presidential elections.
The Bulgarian political analyst Evgeniy Daynov expressed his concern with the events in Rozovo village, where the local community expelled 17 Syrian refugees who had just settled.
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