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STOYANOV HOPES NEW TEAM WILL DIRECT TO NATO TOO

The President voiced hope that the new Bulgarian government will continue at the same pace and with the same ambition along the path towards NATO membership. It was said in a working lunch with the ambassadors of the NATO member states Thursday.

Politics | June 21, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

MS SENIOR VP: ENERGY AND COMMITMENT IN BULGARIA

The intellectual right properties, localization of the software and sofintroduction of Cyrillic alphabet to the Microsoft system was one of the issues discussed at the meeting between President Petar Stoyanov and the Senior Vice President of Microsoft Cor

Business | June 21, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

GOVERNMENT READY TO RENDER SUPPORT TO MACEDONIA

In a special declaration adopted at a closed-door meeting Thursday the Bulgarian Government voiced willingness to render full support to NATO in a future operation in Macedonia within the existing agreements between this country and the Alliance. `We insi

Business | June 21, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

GOVERNMENT RESPONDS: ALL EXPENSES WITHIN LIMITS

All current government expenses are within the limits of the national budget projections was announced today at a regular meeting of the Council of Ministers. Yesterday experts from King`s team appealed to the government to stop all privatization deals an

Politics | June 21, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

BBC: BULGARIA: EX-PREMIER URGES CENTRE-RIGHT PARTY TO COOPERATE WITH EX-KING`S PARTY

According to Filip Dimitrov, former prime minister and leader of the Union of Democratic Forces [SDS] the SDS should agree to take part in a government formed by the Simeon II National Movement coalition [SND], which won the 17 June general elections. "I

Business | June 21, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

TRADE CENTER INTERPRED TO BE SOLD TO HOTEL OWNERS

The South Korean corporation Daewoo that was suffering a deep crisis during the last couple of years is now going to sell the World Trade Center Interpred (WTC) in Sofia to the owners of Radisson SAS in Sofia, the former MP Veselin Bonchev elaborated in P

Business | June 21, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

OTE SETS UP NEW COMPANY IN BULGARIA

The Greek OTE Consulting established a new company Advanced Business & Technology Services (AB&TS) based in Sofia, Pari Daily announced. The basic activity of the new company is consultations in the field of high technologies emphasizing on communication

Business | June 21, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

FINACIAL EXPERTS` ANALYSES POST ELECTIONS BULGARIA

Marcin Wiszniewski, East Europe strategist at Morgan Stanley: Bulgaria`s new leader, the King Simeon II, is set to pursue an aggressive program of economic reforms.

Business | June 21, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

SOFYANSKI: KOSTOV MUST LEAVE NOW

Mayor of Sofia Srefan Sofiyanski, former interim Prime Minister in 1997, appealed the executive body of Union of Democratic Forces must resign and Prime Minister Ivan Kostov should step back with dignity. `I appeal it not as a mayor, just as a regular par

Politics | June 21, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

KING`S EXPERTS TO CLOSE PRIVATIZATION AGENCY

National Movement Simeon II, which won general election last Sunday, will close down the Privatization Agency and will establish a new institution charged with the management of the state-owned assets, an MP from the region of Haskovo informed. The new ag

Politics | June 21, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

TODAY`S NEWS IN ONE SENTENCE

Queen Nur of Jordan, widow of late King Husein spent 17 hours in Bulgaria, meeting King Simeon II as the first high leveled royal person to congratulate him personally winning the Sunday elections. ***

Business | June 21, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

SPOKESMAN AGAINST LIBYAN CASE LAWYER

Foreign Ministry Spokesman Radko Vlaikov on Wednesday described as `ill-advised` a proposal which defense lawyer Vladimir Sheitanov made at Sunday`s court hearing of the AIDS case in Tripoli, BTA stated. Sheitanov invited 25 HIV-infected Libyan children t

Business | June 21, 2001, Thursday // 00:00

USD 60 AVERAGE MONTHLY INCOME IN BULGARIA

The average per capita income in March was 112.18 levs, Standart daily reported.

Business | June 20, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

REUTERS: BULGARIA`S ECONOMIC OUTLOOK SEEN UPBEAT AFTER VOTE

Elisaveta Konstantinova Reuters

Politics | June 20, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

AP: ALL THE KING`S MEN

BURT HERMAN Associated Press Writer

Politics | June 20, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

STEN ASK: BULGARIA MUST SPEED UP EU NEGOTIATIONS

Bulgaria is lagging behind in the negotiations on the EU accession, said at a press conference Ambassador of Sweden, Sten Ask. He was the first European diplomat to hold a press-conference after the general election.

Politics | June 20, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

EURO PARLIAMENT: BULGARIA WILL ENTER EU IN 2007

The European Parliament (EP) considers that 2007, the year Bulgaria has set for joining the European Union, is a realistic one. A text to this effect is included in a draft resolution proposed in Brussels by MEP Jeffrey Van Orden, a rapporteur for Bulgari

Politics | June 20, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

KING`S EXPERTS: STOP PRIVATIZATIONS UNTIL WE COME

The economic team of the Simeon II National Movement, which garnered 43 per cent in the June 17 parliamentary elections and 50 per cent of the parliamentary seats, called on the current government to spend wisely the budget money, to stop the privatisatio

Politics | June 20, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

THE TIMES: TWO-MINUTE BRIEFING

Deposed Monarchies Are monarchies really returning to Europe? That seems to be what is happening in Bulgaria, and the trend may spread through the Balkans.

Politics | June 20, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

THE GUARDIAN: BULGARIA VOTES FOR RETURN OF MONARCH

BULGARIA` S former king, Simeon II, was last night leading his political party to victory in a general election that marked the first time an eastern European country had returned a monarch to power.

Politics | June 20, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

AFP: EX-KING EYES COALITION TALKS, BUT UNLIKELY TO BE PM

Bulgaria` s ex-king Simeon II went to ground in his former royal palace Tuesday as he prepared the tough task of forming a stable government following his historic weekend election victory.

Politics | June 20, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00
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