This is what a European Parliament resolution calls for, adopted by an overwhelming majority of 585 votes in favor. Curiously, it is supported by all five Bulgarian Socialist MEPs. They usually either oppose or abstain in a vote against Russia.
November 26, 2021, Friday // 11:00 |
Bulgaria expects the bilateral dialogue with the Republic of North Macedonia to lead to concrete results.
"I would consider such an invitation when I receive it." This was stated on BNT by the caretaker Prime Minister Stefan Yanev in response to a question about his possible participation in the future coalition government of the country, for which four parli
November 25, 2021, Thursday // 10:14 |
Bulgaria will not lift the blockade of the negotiating framework for the membership of the Republic of Northern Macedonia in the EU in December, Sloboden Pechat writes. The newspaper quoted Bulgaria's permanent representative to the EU, Rumen Alexandrov,
The Rector of Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski ”Prof. Anastas Gerdjikov, who participated in the presidential elections, received support from the members of the General Assembly of the university to continue his term.
Bulgaria is at the bottom in COVID-19 related statistics for several months now. The small Balkan country is often mentioned in discussions on low vaccination rates, high mortality, and a high number of infected per capita. Amid this dire situation, the s
The first round of expert meetings initiated by the party "We Continue the Change" to develop a ruling program for a future coalition government took place today.
November 23, 2021, Tuesday // 23:30 |
“The United States welcomed the clarification of the position of Bulgarian President [Rumen] Radev yesterday, which confirmed that the country stands behind the territorial integrity of Ukraine and made it clear that Crimea belongs to Ukraine."
In connection with questions asked by the media related to interpretations of the words of President Rumen Radev from the pre-election debate on November 18, 2021 on his position on the issue of Crimea, the press office of the head of state informed
Congratulations to the winners. I hope that their promises will come true, not my predictions. Thanks to all the citizens who voted for us in the first and second rounds. We ran because we thought there was a way to overcome the division, and most of all
The United States is deeply concerned by statements by Bulgarian President Rumen Radev, in which he describes Crimea as "Russian". This is stated in a statement issued by the US Embassy in Bulgaria.
The most important thing is the strongest possible foreign policy activation and the strongest possible speaking and explanation of our position, which has been lacking in recent years. This was stated to BNR about the relations between Bulgaria and the R
November 22, 2021, Monday // 12:02 |
Negotiations begin this week to form a regular cabinet with the mandate of "We Continue the Change". They will be conducted in an expert format.
November 22, 2021, Monday // 11:56 |
Rumen Radev, who ran his campaign on an anti-corruption platform, won a second term as president of Bulgaria after defeating Anastas Gerzhikov by 66 percent to 32 percent, world media reported.
Rumen Radev and Iliana Yotova received 66.70%, Anastas Gerdjikov and Nevyana Miteva - 31.82%.
Rumen Radev wins the election for President of Bulgaria.
Today is a day of reflection before the second round of the presidential election. On this day, political agitation and the publication of sociological data on the attitudes of voters is prohibited. The ban lasts from 00.00 today to 20.00 on election day
Polish President Andrzej Duda said yesterday during a visit to North Macedonia that he was ready to assist it in starting EU membership talks, the Polish newspaper Gazeta Pravna reported.
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry summoned our ambassador to Kiev Kostadin Kojabashev because of the words of Rumen Radev during the election debate yesterday with Prof. Anastas Gerdjikov. The head of state said Crimea "is currently Russian territory." Radev
In the studio of "The Day Begins", sociologist Boryana Dimitrova described the debate as very important, especially for people who want to vote informe, to see the position of the main candidates. She also commented that the differences were clear. Accord
The resigned BSP leader KIornelia Ninova continues negotiations for a cabinet with the leader of "We Continue the Change" Kiril Petkov. This was shared by Ninova in a post on Facebook.
New Zealand: No Active COVID-19 Cases
Emergency Epidemic Situation in Bulgaria will be Prolonged