The International Press Institute (IPI) today joined five other international press freedom organizations in urging Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov to ensure the physical safety of investigative journalists working in their country.
The new Plenary Hall of the National Assembly in the former Party House should be opened by the middle of next year after its renewal was delayed.
Bulgaria’s ancient castles and fortresses have become a laughing stock after shoddy reconstruction work left the sites looking like they were made of “cheese and cardboard” and drove away tourists, it has been claimed.
Bulgaria’s Minister of Interior has ordered preventive actions in connection with the adverse weather forecast, the Ministry of Interior announced on 1st of October.
In several cities in the country today, at 13:00 will be tested the emergency sirens, informs the Ministry of Interior.
Telenor Bulgaria said it's backing the second edition of the international Global Datathon 2018 hackathon that will be held between 28 and 30 September.
Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova launched a national inquiry on whether Bulgarian prefer summer or winter time.
Since the launch of night city transport in Sofia, from April 7 until September 26, 73,389 travel tickets have been sold.
Road infrastructure in Bulgaria will be designed according to the intensity of traffic for 30 years ahead.
The Anti-Corruption Commission is looking for former Finance Minister Simeon Djankov.
The Bulgarian National Bank has issued (17th September) the fifth entry in a series of coins entitled “Medieval Bulgarian Rulers,” which has been issued intermittently since 2011.
The Sofia City Court (SCC) imposed security on movable and immovable assets of the former Bulgarian Minister of Economy and Energy in the first cabinet of Boyko Borisov - Traicho Traikov.
82% of Bulgarians assess the current road safety model, where accountability is shared between institutions, according to a Gallup International survey, conducted among 932 people between 12 and 14 September.
Every year, the gray economy in Bulgaria generates about 30 billion BGn, accounting for 30% of the total economy.
Bulgarian institutions continue to use unprotected websites.
Bulgaria is the EU Country with the Largest Number of Women in the IT Sector
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Sold its Assets and Contracts in Bulgaria