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BULGARGEOMIN WORKERS BLOCK CENTRAL BUILDING

Protesting former workers of the fully owned by the state mining and construction company Bulgargeomin blocked the central building of the company for a couple hours on Wednesday, released the personnel and said they took as hostage the chairman of the Bu

Business | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

INTERNATIONAL JURY TO DECIDE ON BEST BULGARIAN SITE FOR 2002

The registration for the competition “Bulgarian site 2002” under the motto “Be unique, don’t copy” starts on July 10. All sites, which have content in Bulgarian, do not violate the constitutional rights of the citizens, keep the copy rights, do not spread

Business | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

PRESIDENT TOOK DECISIVE STAND AGAINST COMPLACENCY IN THE ARMY

Differences of opinion are good for democracy’s health and they end where decisions are taken, President Parvanov said at the meeting of the Council of Headquarters Chiefs when the discipline in the army was reviewed. The Head of State vowed to follow str

Politics | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

SUSPECT FOR MURDER OF BULGARIAN STUDENT IN SYRACUSE ARRESTED

The US Services have arrested the black man, suspected of the murder of Simeon Popov who died in late January in the town of Syracuse, NY, in the United States. That was announced by the Chief Secretarywith the Interior Ministry Boyko Borissov.

Politics | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

BULGARIA JOINS FRONTRUNNERS FOR EU ENTRY

Handelsblatt Bulgaria has made a leap forward in the negotiations for European integration.

Views on BG | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

BUDGET SURPLUS STANDS AT NEARLY BGN 340 M END-MAY

Some BGN 339, 572 M is the budget surplus, a check of the cash realization of the budget under the consolidated program of May 31 shows. Revenues stand at BGN 5, 156 BLN, while expenses – BGN 4, 817 BLN.

Views on BG | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

FIRST CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK PROFESSIONAL ACADEMY OPENS OCT

Network administrators will have the opportunity to undergo training for Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) at the Cisco Network Academy with the Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA), starting the beginning of October. So far Cisco Networking A

Business | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

EXPERTS DRAFT WASTE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY

Experts will prepare a strategy for waste management in Bulgaria. That emerged after a working meeting in Russe of representatives of nine municipalities and the German company Schille.

Business | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

THE REGISTRATION FOR THE COMPETITION “BULGARIAN SITE 2002” UNDER THE M...

The registration for the competition “Bulgarian site 2002” under the motto “Be unique, don’t copy” starts on July 10. All sites, which have content in Bulgarian, do not violate the constitutional rights of the citizens, keep the copy rights, do not spread

Politics | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

PM CALLS ON MPS TO UNITE IN ADOPTING MODERN ECCLESIASTICAL LAW

Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg called on the MPs to unite their efforts in the preparation of a new modern ecclesiastical law that will satisfy the expectations of the Bulgarian people. The session of the Parliament devoted to the first reading of

Politics | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

FOREIGN, ECONOMY MINISTERS ASSESS INTERACTION AS EXCELLENT

Interaction between the ministries of the economy and foreign affairs was assessed as excellent at the meeting of Foreign Minister Passy and Economy Minister Vassilev. After the meeting the foreign minister noted the coordinated joint "operations" in Russ

Politics | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

NAVY REFORMS ON AGENDA OF FIRST INT’N’L CONFERENCE, VARNA

The reforms in the Bulgarian navy, its role in the integration into the international security structures and in interoperability with the navies of the NATO member states are on the agenda of the First International Conference "The Bulgarian Navy - Globa

Politics | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

BG JAZZMEN OPEN PROGRAM ON DENMARK'S EU PRESIDENCY

Bulgarian jazzmen's concert opened the programme marking the start of Denmark's EU Presidency in the Tivoli park June 30. European Commission President Romano Prodi, EU High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy Javier Solana, European Par

Society | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

LITHUANIA DESIRES TO JOIN NATO, EU BY END OF THIS YEAR

XINHUA NEWS AGENCY Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus expressed hope on Tuesday that his country could join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the European Union (EU) by the end of 2002, said reports reaching here from Vilnius.

Views on BG | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

JAPAN'S COMPANY MARKS 30 YEARS OF TRADING YOGHURT

The business success of Japan's Meiji Dairies Corporation thanks to the Bulgarian yoghurt were discussed at the meeting of the company’s President Hisashi Nakayama and Foreign Minister Passy. The minister called the company, which has been trading in Bulg

Business | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

EUROPESCA, A GREEK FISH CANNERY BASED IN THE SVILENGRAD FREE TRADE ZON...

Europesca, a Greek fish cannery based in the Svilengrad free trade zone restarted operation after the veterinary body with the European Commission lifted the ban on the import of fish and fish products from Bulgaria.

Politics | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

INVESTORS, AMONG WHICH US-BASED ENTERGY AND SIEMENS ARE READY TO INVES...

Investors, among which US-based Entergy and Siemens are ready to invest over USD 90 M in the construction of small hydroelectric power stations at the Iskar river valley. That was announced by Vulcho Marinov, mayor of Roman, Ivan Tsenov, mayor of Mezdra

Politics | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

THE AFGHAN GOVERNMENT HAS EXPRESSED ITS OUTRAGE AT A US MILITARY BOMBA...

The Afghan Government has expressed its outrage at a US military bombardment which left at least 30 villagers dead. Newly-appointed leader Hamid Karzai summoned senior US officials, including the US commander of coalition forces in Afghanistan, and "stron

World | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

THE UNITED STATES HAS PROPOSED A LAST-MINUTE COMPROMISE IN ITS DISPUTE...

The United States has proposed a last-minute compromise in its dispute with the United Nations over the mandate of the new International Criminal Court (ICC). Under the plan, America and the other four permanent members of the UN Security Council would ha

World | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

AVIATION EXPERTS FROM THREE COUNTRIES ARE BEGINNING THEIR INVESTIGATIO...

Aviation experts from three countries are beginning their investigation into Monday's mid-air collision over southern Germany. Seventy-one people were killed, mainly Russian children flying on a holiday to Spain, when a Tupolev 154 airliner collided with

World | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00

DANISH AMBASSADOR: BULGARIA NOT IGNORED IN BUILDING UNITED EUROPE

Main points in Denmark's programme for the next six months of its presidency of the EU were presented at the meeting of President Parvanov and Danish Ambassador Christian Faber-Rod. The meeting was prompted by the beginning of the Danish presidency of the

Politics | July 3, 2002, Wednesday // 00:00
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