Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast offers everything Europe’s political elite expect from a good summit: an exotic location, breathtaking views and (most important) casks of fine wine.
When Mariya Gabriel became the EU’s digital czar last July, tech insiders gritted their teeth and hoped for the best.
At this year’s summit of G20, the newly elected French president Emanuel Macron stated that the problem with the slow economic development of Africa was civilizational.
"Better without Sofia" - under this title the German "Süddeutsche Zeitung" published an article on Bulgaria's ambitions to join the eurozone.
TEN years ago Kosovo declared independence from Serbia.
Part of society has seen a great deal of its fears in the Istanbul Convention but not without outside help, the vice-premier Tomislav Donchev told BNT.
Last year housing prices in major cities in Bulgaria rose by nearly 10% - at least according to official statistics.
While Turkey is unfolding its offensive in the area of Afrin, Kurdish representatives, both in Syria and abroad, are increasingly talking about betrayal.
Bulgaria is not ready yet: the Bavarian Interior Minister is against the rapid adoption of the country in Schengen.
Roadmap for developing the mountain sustainably outlined
Neno Dimov, the man who took over as the president of the EU's Environment Council on January 1st, got an earful yesterday when he appeared before members of the European Parliament.
The Greens in the European Parliament today presented a report on the issue of corruption in the EU and Bulgaria, the agencies said.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told the EP today that Bulgaria is an inspiring example for the Western Balkans.
In Bulgaria, yoghurt is everywhere.
In the latest micronationalist bid in Europe, a group in northwest Bulgaria started collecting signatures for a declaration of separation from the country that would either lead to autonomy or to joining their northern neighbors Romania.
Taking over the EU presidency in the present times poses a serious challenge for Bulgaria.
Bulgaria's capital Sofia is drafting plans to rid the common sight of creaking horse-drawn carts from its streets in an effort to brush up its image for the country's EU presidency from January.
"There are no reasons to be worried, there are more than 85,000 Bulgarians in the United Kingdom - we want them to stay, we will give them appropriate status, if they want.
A budget ski resort expansion is poised to carve 333km of new slopes and 113km of ski lifts through a Unesco world heritage site of “outstanding universal value”, according to documents obtained by WWF in a lawsuit.
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