Bulgaria’s Minister of Health Kiril Ananiev has issued today a regulation allowing congress and conference events, seminars, exhibitions, including events of the exhibition industry.
The largest public library in the country resumed its work with readers on site in accordance with the established rules in the period of the emergency epidemic situation in strict compliance with the mandatory anti-epidemic measures.
Minister of Health Kiril Ananiev has issued an order allowing the holding of cultural events, and visits to museums, galleries, libraries and indoor and outdoor cinemas.
I have spoken with US Ambassador to Sofia Herro Mustafa and she informed me that the summer work and travel programs for students were not canceled but postponed until May 12, Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva said.
The cinema projects in Bulgaria were suspended due to the Covid-19 epidemic.
The decision follows the measures taken by the government of the Republic of Bulgaria to prevent the dissemination of the COVID-19 coronavirus in the country
The National Gallery limits attendance at its affiliates.
Sofia International Film Festival is the biggest film festival in Bulgaria.
Due to the spread of the coronavirus, the premiere of the new James Bond movie is delayed by 7 months.
The concert of the duo Al Bano and Romina Power had to be postponed due to complications and restrictions on the travel and stay of Italian citizens in Bulgaria, the organizers announced.
Atanas Chulev is among the winners of the Sony Photo Contest.
The new movie of Bulgarian animation artist Theodore Ushev, The Physics of Sorrow, has been shortlisted for the Oscar Award of the American Film Academy in the category of animated shorts.
Turkmenistan's leader on Tuesday hailed as "historic" the announcement that its traditional hand-woven carpets have been recognised as global cultural heritage by the United Nations.
Yanaki and Hristo Dermendzhievi received a recognition from the European Cinema Awards, organized by Europa Cinemas in the Entrepreneur of the Year category, at a ceremony held recently at UCI Cinemas, Lisbon.
The Bulgarian film Sister won the grand prize at the Cottbus Film Festival in Germany.
Turkish government newspaper Yeni Safak writes that an upcoming decision by the country's government would allow museums that functioned as mosques during Ottoman times to become Muslim places of worship again, Kathimerini reported.
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