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KREMIKOVTSI TO RESTART STEEL COLD ROLLING

Krimikovtsi, Bulgarian metallurgical plant, invested BGN 4 M in its cold rolling facility, Dnevnik Daily wrote. It had stopped functioning due to a technical failure.

Business | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

REPORT DISCLOSED BY STOYANOV HANDED TO PROSECUTION

The secret report of the National Security Services, presented by Petur Stoyanov during the presidential debates on bTV on November 5 was personally handed by Stoyanov himself to the Chief Bulgarian Prosecutor Nikola Filchev, the spokesman of the Prosecut

Politics | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

JOVTCHEV DECLARED N 1 GYMNASTIST IN GENT

Jordan Jovtchev was pronounced N 1 Gymnast of the already ended 35th World Gymnastics Championship in Gent (Belgium). The Bulgarian won the biggest number of medals in the men's competition - 3, becoming champion at the standing exercises and the loops, a

Sports | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

BG GAS MASKS DUE IN THE U. S. BY MID-NOVEMBER

All 30,000 gas masks, ordered by an American company after the terrorist attacks on November 11 and produced by Zebra – Novi Iskar, will be due by mid-November, 2001. The shipment was delayed because of the company’s obligatory license for special product

Business | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

BNB MINT TO BECOME JOINT STOCK COMPANY

The Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) draft budget 2002 envisages the separation of the mint from the bank and its transformation into a state-owned joint stock company as of 2002. The measure has already been tabled in Parliament.

Business | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

CHINESE DELEGATION DISCUSSED BILATERAL RELATIONS

A delegation of the Committee for Internal and Judicial Affairs (CIJA) of the National People's Congress (NPC) of China is at an official visit to Bulgaria. The Chinese officials had a meeting with the Bulgarian Parliament Speaker.

Politics | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

NHIF BUDGET 2002 CUT SALARIES FUNDING

“Salaries funds in budget 2002 of the Bulgarian National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) are down 10% compared to budget 2001,” Nikola Vasiilev, NHIF head announced. This is expected to lead to lay-offs among the 2,500 NHIF employees.

Politics | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

MORE PROJECTS TO BE FUNDED BY EU - SAPARD PROGRAM

Ten more projects have been approved for funding under the European Union's SAPARD Programme. Five of these projects are for purchase of grain harvesting equipment.

Business | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

LIEUTENANT GENERAL CZESLAW PIATAS, CHIEF OF THE GENERAL STAFF OF THE P...

Lieutenant General Czeslaw Piatas, Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces, arrived in Bulgaria on November 6, on a two-day official visit. The visit is at the invitation of General Miho Mihov, Chief of the General Staff of the Bulgarian Arm

Politics | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

ITALY REFUSES FORWARDERS SINGLE ENTRY PERMITS

Italian authorities refused to increase the number of single entry permits for Bulgarian forwarders, after the quota was exhausted, Bulgarian Transport official said. Bulgaria has asked for another 10,000 – 12,000 permits.

Business | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

24 POLLING STATIONS TO BE OPENED IN TURKEY

Preparations started in Turkey for the November 11 presidential elections in Bulgaria. The Turkish authorities permitted the opening of 24 polling stations in the country.

Politics | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

OBSERVERS SAY RUN-OFF POSSIBLE

BTA With the next presidential elections less than a week away, analysts are cautious in their forecasts despite incumbent President Petur Stoyanov's considerable lead in the polls.

Views on BG | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

PRIVATE SECURITY COMPANIES TO GUARD MASS EVENTS

Private security companies might soon assume part of the responsibilities of the Bulgarian police. They are to maintain the public order at mass events such as soccer games and concerts.

Politics | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

REPORTS ON CABINET'S FIRST 100 DAYS BEGAN

The Bulgarian ministers started to report on their first 100 days in power on November 6. The reports are scheduled to last two weeks.

Politics | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

THE BULGARIAN PRIME MINISTER SAXE-COBURG AND PRESIDENT STOYANOV HAD A ...

The Bulgarian Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg and President Stoyanov had a meeting in the afternoon of November 5. The two high-ranked officials talked longer than an hour.

Politics | November 6, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

STOYANOV SHOWED ON TV SECRET REPORT AGAINST BONEV

Petur Stoyanov, who is running for second presidential mandate presented a report of the secret services with sign ‘highly confidential’ during the candidate presidential debate in the National Palace of Culture that took place in the evening of November

Politics | November 5, 2001, Monday // 00:00

SIMEON SAXE-COBURG, THE BULGARIAN PRIME MINISTER, WILL ATTEND A CONFER...

Simeon Saxe-Coburg, the Bulgarian Prime Minister, will attend a Conference of the 25th European Meeting of the Trilateral Commission in Budapest. The Prime Minister will read an address to the Conference on the topic "Bulgaria's Future in the Enlarged Eur

Politics | November 5, 2001, Monday // 00:00

WORLD BANK EXPERT:BULGARIA WILL SIGN IMF AGREEMENT

The Bulgarian Finance Minister Milen Velchev had a meeting with Pieter Stek, Executive Director of the World Bank's Netherlands Constituency Group on November 5. Pieter Stek is visiting Bulgaria as part of his tour of countries of the Netherlands Constitu

Politics | November 5, 2001, Monday // 00:00

IN AN ADDRESS TO THE MEDIA OF NOVEMBER 5 THE PROSECUTORS ASSOCIATION S...

In an address to the media of November 5 the Prosecutors Association singled out the main reasons for the inefficient work of Bulgaria’s legal system and the paralyzed justice. According to them these are the inadequate amendments to the criminal laws and

Politics | November 5, 2001, Monday // 00:00

FOREIGN MINISTER DISCUSSES EU, NATO ACCESSION

Bulgarian National Radio [Announcer] At his meeting with Borut Pahor, chairman of the Slovene National Assembly, Foreign Minister Solomon Pasi, who is making an official visit to Slovenia, on behalf of Bulgarian National Assembly Chairman Ognyan Gerdzhik

Views on BG | November 5, 2001, Monday // 00:00

CHIEF OF RUSSE CUSTOMS FIRED

Ivailo Popov, Chief of the Russe Customs Agency was fired by Emil Dimitrov, Head of the Customs Agency, Info Radio reported. Dimitrov explained that he was fired because of criminal schema for corruption.

Politics | November 5, 2001, Monday // 00:00
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