Drinking water prices may go up next year because the national water supply system needs fundamental upgrade, Ivan Saev, deputy minister of regional development said. Now 57% of the water is lost in leakages.
Reuters - Turkey`s Galatasaray booked their place in the Champions League on Wednesday after drawing 1-1 with Levski Sofia for a 3-2 aggregate victory in the third qualifying round. `We witnessed a very difficult match as Levski showed in both encounters
`We categorically condemn the blowing up of the St Atanasie Church at the monastery near Lesok in Tetovo region, Macedonia,` the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry spokesperson wrote in a statement received on Wednesday, 22 August.
British families with restricted budgets who still would like to have a summer house somewhere abroad, should abandon the expensive properties in Spain and look into the opportunities available in Bulgaria, the British TV Channel 4 advised. The TV broadca
Lukoil-Neftochim oil refinery, the National Electricity Company /NEC/ and the Bulgarian Telecommunications Company /BTC/ are rated as the three largest companies on the Top 100 list of the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. 6000 companies, regist
Pope John Paul II will visit Bulgaria next spring, most probably in May, was announced after a meeting between the Foreign Minister Solomon Passy and the Apostolic Nuncio in Bulgaria Antonio Mennini. The Pope will visit not only Christian Orthodox repres
Bulgarian prime minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg met last night with the Turkish deputy premier Mesut Yilmaz who arrived on a short private visit. Saxe-Coburg and Yilmaz discussed the future of the joint Turkish-Bulgarian project for the construction of a powe
Abdullah II, King of Jordan will visit Bulgaria on 25th and 26th August. Bilateral agreements on cooperation in education, science and culture, air communications and cooperation in health care and the medical sciences.
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew arrives in Bulgaria, accompanied by three hierarchs on September 5 to attend two scientific conferences. The first conference on Byzantium and the Balkans will take place in Plovdiv until September 7.
Plama oil refinery workers approached the European Court of Justice in Strasbourg with a complaint in which they stated that all legal ways to protect their rights in Bulgaria were exhausted, disclosed Dnevnik Daily. The employees of the refinery warned o
The Devnya-based plant Agropolychim, Bulgargas was granted permit to build a 2540 meters long natural gas pipeline that will connect the Strashimirovo gas station and Beloslav. The project is badly needed since there is a necessity of an ongoing natural
The Committee for peaceful Implementation of Atomic Energy will conduct an independent expertise to clarify the incident. Nothing extraordinary has happened when a plant’s temporary retaining wall fell between August 19 and August 20 and that is why the d
International Monetary Fund is very concerned about the proposed tax changes by the government, Jerald Schiff, Chief of IMF mission in Bulgaria was quoted to say by Dnevnik Daily. "The present situation undoubtedly makes the negotiations in September more
Bulgarian President Peter Stoyanov will not be able to attend, due to a very busy schedule, the meeting in Slovakia of ten heads of states in Central and East Europe, convened by the Slovak President Rudolf Schuster in September. 10 presidents were invite
Bulgaria is the EU Country with the Largest Number of Women in the IT Sector
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Sold its Assets and Contracts in Bulgaria