In Sofia and in the country 762 pharmacies will not work today.
Parliament will debate today's presidential veto on the law on personal data, reported the Bulgarian National Television.
The National Assembly will vote today on the Protocol on the accession of northern Macedonia to NATO.
Another sunny day today, meteorologist Hristo Hristov, National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology, told Focus News Agency.
Every month until the end of the year BDZ will include 15 fully renovated and refurbished passenger trains, state railway said on Tuesday.
The European market is central to the Bulgarian producers, it is highly competitive.
India strongly condemns the cowardly terrorist attack on our security forces in Pulwama, Jammu & Kashmir.
Over half of Bulgarians - 60% - endorse the European Union's foreign policy and believe it has a stabilizing role.
The European Union needs to take tougher measures for 16 power plants in 5 Western Balkan countries because the carbon dioxide and microparticles it throws are responsible for the deaths of more than 3,000 people each year.
A bank employee from Nova Zagora was arrested for embezzlement of nearly 400 000 leva of the customers' money.
An attempt to cheat customs through the illegal export of a critically endangered European eel Anguilla Anguilla was prevented at Sofia Airport on February 15, the Customs Agency reported today.
Burgas Municipality officials prevented the sale of a 14-year-old child abroad.
One more of the streets in downtown Sofia will be closed for repairs.
A consortium including local firms GP Group, Global Construction and Via Plan will build the 2km Zheleznitsa Tunnel, part of the Struma Motorway, worldhighways.
The Japanese automotive giant Honda officially announced today its intention to close its factory in Swindon, UK in 2021, reported the Bulgarian National Television.
The Sofia Regional Health Inspectorate will deploy a mobile cabinet tomorrow with a team in the Hristo Botev district, where children from age of 13 months to 18 years old could be vaccinated against measles This was announced by Sofia Municipality.
The Irish giant in the field of paper and packaging production Smurfit Kappa wants to acquire 100 percent of the Bulgarian company Vitalvel AD, it is clear from a notice sent to the Commission for Protection of Competition.
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