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BULGARIA PARTICIPATES IN THE 34TH EDITION OF THE BAGHDAD INTERNATIONAL...

Bulgaria participates in the 34th edition of the Baghdad International Fair, which started under the slogan: "Towards Broader Arab and International Relations Under the Leadership of the Victorious Leader Saddam Husayn". Iraqi Vice-President Taha Yasin Ra

Politics | November 3, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

PARLIAMENT REQUIRED CABINET TO REPORT ON BUDGET

Parliament passed a resolution on November 2 that requires from the Cabinet to present to the MPs information on the implementation of the national budget and the impact of this implementation on the negotiations with the International Monetary Fund. The

Politics | November 3, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

GERMANY TO PROVIDE DEM 30 M AIDS ANNUALLY

Standart daily - When did you hit upon the idea to set up a Bureau for the assistance of small and medium business in Southeastern Europe?

Views on BG | November 3, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

GERMANY TO FINANCE SMALL BUSINESS IN BULGARIA

Germany set up a Bureau for the Assistance of Small and Medium Business in Southeastern Europe. The Bureau will provide financing for small projects within the countries of the region.

Business | November 3, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

JAPANESE AND BULGARIAN ARTS MEET IN SOFIA

The National Foreign Art Gallery opened an exhibition of Contemporary Art Prints from Japan and Bulgaria. From November 5 to November 30, the halls of the gallery in Alexander Nevski Square will show the best of the graphic art from both countries.

Society | November 3, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

BULGARIAN CONSUL IN TRIPOLI MET THE SIX MEDICS

The Bulgarian consul in Tripoli Sergey Yankov had a meeting with the six Bulgarian medics, convicted in infecting Lybian children with the HIV virus. The meeting took place on November 1 in the Judeyma prison in Libya, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs anno

Politics | November 3, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

GREENS ASK TO END NUCLEAR WASTE TRANSIT IN UKRAINE

Ukrainian One Plus One TV [Presenter Lyudmyla Dobrovolska] The Party of Greens of Ukraine is calling for an end to nuclear waste transit through Ukrainian territory.

Views on BG | November 3, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

PRIME MINISTER: IT IS A NEW STYLE OF RULE

Regardless of the unexpectedly bad legacy that the former government left with a hidden deficit of over BGL 640 million, the cabinet was consistent in setting its key priorities which underlie their four-year tenure program. Our main objective is to impro

Views on BG | November 3, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

BGN 640 M HIDDEN BUDGET DEFICIT

"The former government handed down a very bad legacy - over 640 million leva (same as DEM – editor’s note) of hidden deficit," said Bulgarian Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg in a statement on the 100 days of the cabinet. "We introduced a new style of wo

Politics | November 3, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

BULGARIA TO ISSUE EUR 250MLN IN EUROBONDS SOON

BTA Bulgaria will issue Eurobonds for 250 million euros within days, the Finance Ministry announced on November 2.

Views on BG | November 2, 2001, Friday // 00:00

STOYANOV CLAIMS BONEV HAD TO NAME THE CORRUPT

“The fight against corruption is an obligation of the Interior Minister and not the President,” Petur Stoyanov, who is running for second presidential mandate, said in Chirpan. He voiced his opinion in answer to Bonev ’s accusations of having covered corr

Politics | November 2, 2001, Friday // 00:00

PM:BULGARIA HAS THE POTENTIAL TO OVERCOME CRISIS

Bulgaria should be realistic as far as the heavy measures within budget 2002 are concerned, according to the Bulgarian Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg, the National Radio reported. Saxe-Coburg said that during his first conversation with the Mayor of Razgrad V

Politics | November 2, 2001, Friday // 00:00

ACADEMY OF SCIENCES TO CLOSE FOR LACK OF FUNDS

The Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (BAS) is suspending operations until the end of this year because of lack of funds, an Academy official announced. "There is no cash left for heating, electricity, literature and scientific research," Ivan Yuhnovski, the

Politics | November 2, 2001, Friday // 00:00

MILITARY TRAINING IN KOZLODUY TO BE CONDUCTED

A military training for defense against terrorist acts is to take place in Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant by the end of the year, Info radio reported. The Defense Ministry, the Interior Ministry and Civil Protection forces together with the emergency unit w

Politics | November 2, 2001, Friday // 00:00

NO INJURIES IN BULGARIAN VESSEL CRASH IN BOSPHORUS

Bulgarian and Ukrainian ships crashed in the Bosphorus in the night of November 2, RIA “Novosti” reported. No one was injured.

Politics | November 2, 2001, Friday // 00:00

BG ARMY HEAD AND GERMAN COUNTERPART TALK ON REFORM

BG army head and German Counterpart talk on reform The Chief of General Staff of the Bulgarian Armed Forces, General Miho Mihov conferred with General Harald Kujat, Chief of General Staff of the German Federal Armed Forces on November 2. Kujat is on a th

Politics | November 2, 2001, Friday // 00:00

COURT OVERRULED CASCADE’S PRIVATIZATION CLOSURE

“With two decisions from October 31, the Higher Administrative Court overruled the decision of the Privatization Agency to close the privatization procedure for “Sandanska Bistritsa” cascade,” the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Czech Hydro Ener

Business | November 2, 2001, Friday // 00:00

INDZHOVA PREDICTS CRISIS IF STOYANOV IS RE-ELECTED

Candidate president Reneta Indzhova predicts a parliamentary and constitutional crisis if Petur Stoyanov wins a second presidential term at the elections on November 11. She expressed her position at a press conference in Burgas.

Politics | November 2, 2001, Friday // 00:00

DNEVNIK:RULING PARTY MEMBERS VOICE DISCONTENT

Fifteen to twenty MPs from the Simeon II National Movement are preparing a program how to organize the parliamentary group’s work, Dnevnik daily wrote. According to the daily Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg has been informed about their intentions.

Politics | November 2, 2001, Friday // 00:00

OPPOSITION HOLDS PM RESPONSIBLE FOR GOVERNANCE

“The United Democratic Forces (UDF) insists that the Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg assume full responsibility for the country’s governance, “ Nadezhda Mihaylova, floor leader of the UDF Parliamentary Group said before the beginning of the parliamentar

Politics | November 2, 2001, Friday // 00:00

FOREIGN MINISTER:THE GOVERNMENT IS MOST SUCCESSFUL

“The current government has been the most successful one since 1989, as far as the foreign policy of Bulgaria is concerned,” Foreign Minister Passy wrote in his resume for the foreign policy of the Government. “The first 100 days of the Cabinet passed in

Politics | November 2, 2001, Friday // 00:00
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