Letters to the Editor
Heartfelt congratulations for this outstanding weekly newsletter from Bulgaria! Excellent job, great journalism, good fun. Keep it up and thanks for helping us stay in touch so pleasantly, with folks and events "back home"!
I am so pleased to have received the Sofia Weekly in my email. After living and working in Sofia in previous years and then moving to another country in the Balkans, I have missed hearing the news about what is happening in what I now consider my adopted
I thought you would be interested to see the letter I sent to the home secretary - with copies to my relevant MP and MEPs.
I am delighted to find The Sofia Weekly in my e-mail!
Without this I get no news about Bulgaria! Maybe, if it was negative enough, AP or CNN would pick it up....
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Sergey Stanishev is correct in the assumption (that his citizens were not preparing for a huge westward migration).
I am an American that has been here since 1993 as a consultant for real estate and construction (formerly with a
Thank you Rumen Petkov for explaining that the current initiative on corruption has nothing to do with European accession. I am a naive chap and I would like to believe you but for a couple a small things that are are praying on my mind.
In your recent news item about Whitney Houston, Kola Boof and Osama Bin Laden, you reported that Kola Boof has described herself as the former "sex slave" of Osama Bin Laden.
For about two weeks now, people in different parts of the world seem quite perplexed, wonder-struck and astounded for what is going on in the Lebanon.
Children's are the most to be hurt in the latest attack against Lebanon, hundreds of children killed in this barbarian attack practiced by a bunch of radicals and phonetic leaders claiming their country to be a developed one in UN Standards.
It was difficult for me to hear the news regarding the problem we are facing with the mosque as this problem reflects tensions between religions and beliefs.
Anyone who holds a Bulgarian visa card or other Bulgarian credit or debit cards issued by Bulgarian banks, have been banned from shopping at over 25 major internet domain name registrar companies.
My name is Alexander and I live in Amsterdam the Netherlands, have watched many world cup soccer tournaments in my life and was shocked to find out 4 Dutch soccer captains were (wrongly) accused of doping in 2002 while 4 French World & European champions
My name is Lorraine Kitchen and my husband and I plan to have a villa built just outside of Varna, in a village called Konstantinovo and retire there in 3 years time. We love it there very much.
I have just returned from Sunny Beach on a two-week vacation from the 13th to the 27th June. First of all Burgas airport is the worst I have ever come across.
It is a pleasure contacting you in relation to a personal issue which has also societal and international perspectives.
I hope very much that Bulgaria will join the EU on January 2007!
I have just bought an apartment in Bulgaria and hope to spend much time there.
It should be a time of celebration as we sit at a crossroads of history on the eve of Bulgaria's accession to the European Union.
I write to applaud the views and conclusions expressed by Mark West in the May 2, 2006, edition of the Sofia Morning News.
There are two sides to the coin and I have experienced both. I am an Australian national and I have experienced the English and the Bulgarian bureucracy.
Futher to the previous Letters to the Editor that you published on the matter I would like to add that it is really hard to obtain and enter the UK.
I am Bulgarian businessman, currently based in Africa. I think Bulgarian nationals are facing same problems if they need to visit UK or Ireland.
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