Criminal gang smuggling women from Ukraine into Bulgaria was seized by the National Service for Organized Crime Control. A Ukrainian identified as Vladimir V.
`The Prime Minister will be nominated by the end of the week`, Speaker of Parliament Ognyan Gerdzhikov told journalists on Monday. `At the very end of the week President Stoyanov is expected to give a mandate for a government to be formed`, he said.
`Our explicit stand is that there must be a fresh agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF)`, Milen Velchev, PM of the Simeon II National Movement told the Bulgarian National Radio. New agreement with the IMF is necessary, no matter if Bulgaria
The Check company Hidripol will invest DEM 12 M in building of 4 MW water power-electric station (WPE) at Iskar river, near Roman town. The power station will be ready by the end of 2002 and will produce about 25 million KW/h electricity a year.
The Arab company Najar 2000 is to build a five-start hotel in the Rhodope town of Smolyan, Southern Bulgaria. The company, which is a Jordan-Syrian JV, bought the incomplete part of the Evridika trade centre for BGN 220,000.
A framework agreement on the construction of two factories for separation of waste and production of waste-based biological fertilizers was signed by Rousse Mayor Dimiter Kalchev and Gerhard Schehle, who owns REB-Schehle of Germany. The project will absor
Former and current workers of the Plama oil refinery at Pleven will hand over on Wednesday an open letter to the leader of the Simeon II National Movement coalition (SNM) that won the general elections, demanding to help Bulgaria`s second refinery. A camp
`I hope that before the end of July the Bulgarian Parliament will have an opportunity to vote the new cabinet. As a President of the Republic I in no way am going to stand in the way of its good actions because the success of this government is a success
A group of Japanese companies, including Tokuda, is interested in buying the air carrier Balkan. The announcement was made by the financier Stoyan Alexandrov, managing Tokuda Credit Express bank and consulting the corporation in Bulgaria.
Washington Post, By Peter Finn Through the 1990s, the weapons factories of this decaying industrial town (Kazanluk) and others like it in Bulgaria churned out a broad selection of reliable, low-cost `small arms`-AK-47s, mortars, mines-for sale to outlaw
The monthly survey of the economic situation conducted by the National Statistics Institute /NSI/ in the first two weeks of June show that the tendency for gradual improvement, observed in the past few months, is preserved though there is no considerable
The World Bank /WB/ and the Sofia municipality will hold consultations and round tables on Monday and Tuesday on the introduction of Sofia`s new urban plan. Present at the sessions will be Sofia mayor Stefan Sofianski, WB mission leader Thomas O`Brian, ex
`I expect the new cabinet to be voted in the Parliament a week before end-July`, President Stoyanov said in an interview for second national TV station bTV. `The Simeon II National Movement is a specific organization, it will need some time for consolida
Most of the deals and the opened privatisation procedures will be left to the next government because the present team of the Privatisation Agency /PA/ is unable to materialise them, officials from the PA announced. This decision was made because of the d
After more than 8 months Blocked in Mariupol, the Bulgarian Ship 'Tzarevna' finally returned Home
How much more Expensive has the ‘Shopska Salad’ become