Snowfall has been causing traffic accidents and distruptions all over Bulgaria Thursday and problems are continuing Thursday night.
The document, in which Bulgaria will describe the measures for decreasing the greenhouse gas emissions, will be competed by April 2012, the Bulgarian Environment Ministry has announced.
The international E-79 road connecting Bulgaria with Greece, which partially collapsed in the beginning of December 2010, has been fully repaired and is already functioning.
The main hospital in Sofia 'Pirogov' has received 80 people with snow-related injuries so far on Tuesday after due to the icy conditions in the Bulgarian capital.
Bulgaria faces its first cold week in the new winter season, after temperatures dropped severely Thursday evening.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has brandished plans to make sure everyone does his job properly so that the authorities are not "surprised" by the first heavy snow this year.
At Christmas, Bulgaria will be covered in snow, but the weather will be warmer by New Year’s Eve, according to a weather forecast by TV-MET.
The national weather service in Bulgaria has raised a Code Orange warning for Friday as temperatures sharply dropped overnight on the entire territory of the country and the meteorological winter arrived.
Bulgaria has surpassed the targets for greenhouse gas emissions set by the Kyoto Protocol, even though this is primarily the result of the restructuring, (an euphemism for the collapse) of its industry after 1989.
The truck swallowed by the flooded Struma river Saturday was recovered Wednesday morning, but its driver is still missing an authorities say chances for his survival are slim.
A Bulgarian citizen has disappeared in Northern Greece as the torrential rains and the rising level of the Struma River have caused floods in parts of the country not unlike the situation in Bulgaria.
The major road in southwestern Bulgaria, and main connection to neighboring Greece, E-79, will remain closed for traffic for at least 10-12 days, the Blagoevgrad Regional Governor, Valeri Smilenov, informs.
The rescue operation to free four adults and three teenagers who have been stranded in the Duhlata cave in western Bulgaria for two days ended successfully late on Sunday.
A section of the E-79 road, the international road running from Bulgaria's Sofia to Kulata and Thessaloniki in Greece, may remain impassable for a whole month following a landslide, caused by the rising of the Struma River.
The rescue operation to free four adults and three teenagers who have been stranded in the Duhlata cave in western Bulgaria for 24 hours now is continuing, Civil Defense informed Sunday.
Torrential rains falling in the last twenty four hours in Bulgaria have triggered major problems in several regions, especially in the western and southwestern parts of the country.
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