Three light earthquakes were felt in a 30 minute period Friday morning in different regions of Southern Bulgaria, ranging from 2,0 to 2,7 on the Richter scale.
Bulgaria Environment Minister, Nona Karadzhova, has stated that the new changes in the Law on Genetically Modified Organisms will not threaten the environment or human health.
The Bulgarian Environment and Water Ministry has confirmed that the new changes in the Law on Genetically Modified Organisms will not apply to food and animal feed.
The European Mediterranean Seismological Centre reported a further 2 light earthquakes Friday morning in the town of Radnevo, South Bulgaria, following 4 light quakes around the country on Thursday.
Temperatures fell to minus 28,2 degrees celsius early on Tuesday morning in the Northern Bulgarian town of Sevlievo as Bulgaria saw record temperature lows for a second day running.
Severe weather conditions in north-east Bulgarian coastal areas and opportunist poachers are threatening thousands of rare geese wintering in the area.
The eastern Bulgarian city of Varna has declared a state of emergency in four of its municipalities on Saturday.
The current severe weather conditions have forced the closure of Hemus highway, and the port of Varna has been shut down.
The Bulgarian Red Cross has warned people not to travel unless it is absolutely necessary, and to make sure they are carrying fully-charged GSM phones, in case of emergency.
The Bulgarian Ministers of Environment and Defense have been pelted with eggs by angry protesters in the town of Stara Zagora.
The Bulgarian Parliament has approved amendments to the law on Genetically Modified Organisms at the first reading on Wednesday.
Bulgaria's Minister of Environment and Waters, Nona Karadzhova and Sofia's Mayor Yordanka Fandakova, broke ground Tuesday of the reconstruction of the water purification station near Kubratovo.
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