The European Union on Thursday (2 September) backed calls for a legally binding international agreement to reduce plastic pollution, during a UN-hosted conference in Geneva.
The number of long-term unemployed at end-July dropped to 43,253, nearly 14 per cent less than in the same month a year previously, according to data of the Employment Agency released by the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy (MLSP) Friday.
The White House announced today its intentions to launch a $65 billion plan dedicated to stopping the next potential biological threat once the COVID-19 pandemic subsides.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg confirmed that he supported the plans of the EU to build a common defence policy, but he warned against any rapid reaction force that might duplicate allied operations.
Bulgaria ranks first in Europe in mortality with COVID-19, according to data from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control. It is as of Thursday (September 2), and mortality is measured as the number of deaths infected with coronavirus per 1
Today it will be mostly sunny, with temporary increases in cloudiness. The wind will be light from the north-northeast. Daily temperatures will rise and the maximum will be between 24° and 29° Celius.
1640 new cases of COVID-19 infection in the last 24 hours with 30 011 tests performed. This is shown by the data on the Unified Information Portal.
Restaurant and hotel owners took to the streets in Bulgaria to protest the tightening of COVID-19 measures in the country set to take effect on 7 September until the end of October.
Belgium's Royal Palace announced that King Philippe and Queen Mathilde have decided to reschedule or cancel their forthcoming engagements after a member of the royal family tested positive for Covid-19, news wires reported.
The minimum pension in Bulgaria will be BGN 370 (EUR 189.15) from October 1 this year - this is what the deputies in the Committee on Budget and Finance voted for today during the second reading of the budget update for 2021.
“The award is given thanks to the large-scale and active activity that we have developed as the European Capital of Sport in recent years. Sofia received the support of Bulgarian athletes and attracted thousands of Sofia residents to sports activities.”
Parliament Speaker Iva Miteva described it as strange that just today when there were strong disputes over the NSO law, a death threat was received. Earlier today, it became clear that there was a signal of a threat to kill her.
President Rumen Radev said he wouldseek a rational solution for the date of dissolution of the National Assembly and the scheduling of the parliamentary elections.
Russian President Vladimir Putin does not rule out that Russia may apply for hosting the Olympic Games, possibly, at some venue in the Far East.
World-renowned conductor Valery Gergiev and soloists of the Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra, together with the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra will perform a charity concert in support of the initiative to build a new acoustic musical complex in Bulgari
Stockholm was again a scene for lethal gun violence at the end of August as four separate shootings in the capital left one person dead and another seriously wounded – incidents so common the Swedish media is talking of a “new normal”.
Italy may eventually introduce compulsory vaccination against COVID-19 for all of the right aged Italians, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi said yesterday, Reuters reported.
New Zealand: No Active COVID-19 Cases
Emergency Epidemic Situation in Bulgaria will be Prolonged