Bulgaria will most probably accept one or two detainees from the US prison camp at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, responding positively to Washington request to house prisoners.
Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry has assuaged widespread fears among emigrants in the United States, saying they will not be stripped of Bulgarian citizenship.
Bulgaria's Foreign Affairs Minister Rumiana Jeleva will pay a visit to the Vatican on Wednesday, the foreign minister announced.
An expert with experience in Sarkozy administration, who recently served as foreign policy councilor to the Bulgarian prime minister, has been appointed the country's consul in New York, according to reports.
The United States does not press the Bulgaria government into a quick decision on whether to host Guantanamo Bay detainees, a Bulgarian official said on Tuesday.
Bulgaria PM Boyko Borisov has stated that the government will want a mandate from all of the Parliamentary groups to adopt any plan to accept Guantanamo Bay prisoners from the US.
Bulgaria Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, has confirmed that Bulgaria has held talks with the US regarding accepting former prisoners of "Guantanamo Bay" on its territory.
The USA is offering Bulgaria to take in inmates from the Guantanamo Prison, and are expecting the decision of Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, on that matter.
Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has denied that Bulgaria was among the countries that had blocked the fixing of a date for Macedonia to begin EU accession negotiations.
A day after a Serbian daily slammed Bulgaria as "a backstabber", another Belgrade-based newspaper carries on the same furious line, saying Bulgarians always hit Serbians when they are at a loss which side to take.
Bulgaria's Foreign Minister and new EU Commissioner-designate, Rumiana Jeleva, announced she had agreed to be nominated as Deputy Chair of the European People's Party (EPP).
Lachezar Petkov, who recently resigned as Bulgaria's ambassador to the United States, is reportedly likely to be appointed general consul of the country to Thessaloniki.
Bulgaria's President, Georgi Parvanov, informed Tuesday that the country's Ambassador to the US, Lachezar Petkov, has officially submitted his resignation.
The management of the Bulgarian state-owned property abroad has been chaotic and detrimental, an official audit, conducted by the new center-right government, shows.
Bulgaria's new EU Commissioner, Rumiana Jeleva, has said it was still unclear who would succeed her as the country's new Foreign Minister.
Bulgaria has reached an out-of-court settlement over the use of real estate property in the downtown of the German capital Berlin, the Foreign Ministry has announced.
The controversial Bulgarian Ambassador to the US, Lachezar Petkov, failed to honor an invitation to come to the Parliament over his aching teeth.
The Association "Voting without Boundaries," created by Bulgarians abroad, is standing against the acts committed by the Bulgarian Ambassador to US, Lachezar Petkov, and demands his immediate recall.
Foreign Minister, Rumiana Jeleva, has declared Bulgaria was interested in participating in both Nabucco and South Stream gas transit pipelines as part of its energy sources diversification policy.
The new Kardzhali-Komotini border cross point between Bulgaria and Greece will open in 2010 to ease the increased automobile traffic between the two countries.
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