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THE MEDICS IN LIBYA ARE WELL, BIZANTI SAYS

The six Bulgarian medics accused of intentionally infecting with HIV about 400 Libyan children are well and their condition remains unchanged, their Libyan lawyer Osman Bizanti told the Bulgarian News Agency on Monday. He met with the Bulgarians early las

Politics | June 18, 2002, Tuesday // 00:00

FINANCE MINISTRY TO OFFER 12 MLN LEVS 1-YR T-BILLS

The Finance Ministry announced that it will offer BGN 20 M of 12-month discount T-bills at an auction next Monday. The issue will mature on June 26 next year.

Business | June 18, 2002, Tuesday // 00:00

SEVEN BIDDERS WITH OFFERS TO BUILD BULGARIAN-GREEK BORDER TUNNEL

Three consortia and four companies placed offers to build a motorway tunnel under the Bulgarian-Greek border that is to link the towns of Gotse Delchev and Drama, Dnevnik Daily reported quoting sources from the Regional Development Ministry. Greec and the

Business | June 18, 2002, Tuesday // 00:00

THOROUGH INSPECTION OF SOFIA FILLING STATIONS BEGINS

The Sofia City Council banned on Monday at the initiative of Mayor Sofianski the construction of mobile petrol and gas filling stations and car washes until September 30, 2002 to check compliance with land ownership regulations and building permits. The c

Business | June 18, 2002, Tuesday // 00:00

TWELVE OFFERS SUBMITTED FOR CONSULTANT IN DSK BANK PRIVATIZATION

Twelve out of the nineteen invited investment companies and banks submitted offers for consultant in the privatization of State Savings Bank DSK before the deadline on June 17 expired. Among them are ABM AMPO, Commerzbank, JP Morgan, BNP Parisbas, Raiffe

Business | June 18, 2002, Tuesday // 00:00

SLOVAKIA INTERESTED IN ENERGY AND INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

Slovakia is interested in projects in the energy sector, railway infrastructure, Danube Bridge 2 spanning over Vidin and Calafat and privatization projects on the Black Sea coast, Slovakia’s President Rudolf Schuster said after his meeting with President

Politics | June 18, 2002, Tuesday // 00:00

BULGARTABAC BIDDERS WITH DEPOSIT FOR 2ND STAGE KNOWN IN DAYS

The Privatization Agency is to announce whether the five bidders for Bulgartabac have submitted the deposit of BGN 5 M for the second stage of the competition on June 21. The term for submitting the deposit was extended from June 10 till June 14.

Business | June 18, 2002, Tuesday // 00:00

THE SAFE USE OF THE NUCLEAR ENERGY INSPECTION STARTED CHECKS OF THE RE...

The Safe Use of the Nuclear Energy Inspection started checks of the readiness of the 3 unit of the N- plant to be exploited after the planned annual repair of the unit, when the system for localization of the damages was modernized. The check is to end on

Politics | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

CZECH PRESIDENT VACLAV HAVEL ASKED CENTER-LEFT LEADER VLADIMIR SPIDLA ...

Czech President Vaclav Havel asked center-left leader Vladimir Spidla Monday to form a new government, a move which would bolster the small ex-Communist country's drive toward European Union membership. Spidla's ruling Social Democrats, strongly pro-EU, w

World | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

PALESTINIAN LEADER YASSER ARAFAT CONDEMNED ISRAEL'S BUILDING OF A SECU...

Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat condemned Israel's building of a security fence along its West Bank border as an "act of racism" Monday, and rejected fierce U.S.

World | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

PM PROMISES HARD WORK AND RESULTS A YEAR AFTER ELECTIONS

The ambition of the government is to turn the dream of the Bulgarians for a better life into reality, Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg told journalists on the occasion of exactly one year since his government stepped into office. According to him, th

Views on BG | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

TROOPS FROM 15 NATIONS IN NATO-LED EXERCISES IN GEORGIA

AP Troops from 15 nations were set to open military exercises on a former Soviet air base in Georgia on Monday under the aegis of NATO's Partnership for Peace, underlining the Caucasus nation's efforts to bring itself closer to the western alliance.

Views on BG | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

WILLINGNESS FOR BOOSTING RELATIONS WITH ISRAEL CONFIRMED

The willingness for boosting bilateral relations with Israel, opportunities for cooperation in infrastructure, energy and agriculture projects, and prospects for solving the Middle East conflict topped the agenda of Foreign Minister Passy and Israeli Fore

Politics | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

EC NOTES PROGRESS IN THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM REFORMS

The European Commission notes that there is a big progress in the reforms of the judicial system in Bulgaria. Milena Damyanova, representative of the EC delegation in Sofia stated that at a round table on the progress in the fulfilling of the political cr

Politics | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

NEARLY 4500 UNEMPLOYED WILL BE TRAINED AND ANOTHER 1500 RE-TRAINED UND...

Nearly 4500 unemployed will be trained and another 1500 re-trained under the Professional training project, financed with EUR 5 M by PHARE program, Dimitris Kourkoulas, Head of Delegation of the European Commission, said. The Bulgarian side will provide E

Politics | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

SOFIA INVESTS EUR 21 M IN TRANSPORT FACILITIES

More than EUR 7,5 M will be invested for the supply of 45 new single busses in a public procurement to be assigned by Sofia municipality council. The money will be earmarked from EUR 35 M of loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development a

Business | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES REPORT ASSIGNED TO CASSATION PROSECUTORS

Chief Prosecutor Nikola Filchev assigned a check of the reports on state-owned Air Traffic Services Authority to a group of prosecutors from the Supreme Cassation Prosecutor’s Office. The results of the check are to be announced within a week.

Politics | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

UNITED MEDIA CAMPAIGN GIVES LIFE TO CHILDREN IN NEED

In Bulgaria, liver transplantation operations are still not made. Liver transplantation operation abroad costs DEM 180,000 - a too big sum for an ordinary Bulgarian family.

Novinite Insider » Interview | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

PERES SAYS PEACE TALKS NEEDED ALONG WITH WEST BANK

AP Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres said Monday that efforts for a political agreement with the Palestinians must continue even amid construction of an electronic fence along the West Bank to halt incursions and suicide bombings by Palestinian milit

Views on BG | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

BANK OF THE YEAR TO BE ANNOUNCED BY PARI DAILY JUNE 26

Bank of the year is to be announced for the fourth time by Pari Daily at a ceremony at Hilton Sofia June 26. The winner – Bank of the year 2001 – will be awarded a prestigious certificate and a work of plastic art.

Business | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00

DEPUTY PM INTERROGATED AS WITNESS ON BULGARTABAC CASE

Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister Nikolay Vassilev was interrogated for more than hour at Sofia City Prosecutor’s Office on “Soiuzcontract Tabac” allegations of bribe against Bulgartabac Managing Director. Upon leaving the building Minister Vassi

Politics | June 17, 2002, Monday // 00:00
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