• EMC, military intelligence and oligarchy’s talking points about Peevski (SUMMARY)

      EMC, military intelligence and oligarchy’s talking points about Peevski (SUMMARY)

      What do you do when you have been lording over an agency that is key to the Bulgarian national security, draining its secrets (and those of foreign security services) for personal gain, and now you are finally exposed for your shady operations? Well, you try to cover up the traces, of course, by diverting attention to your №1 enemy and blaming your own sins on him, without any evidence or real connection at that (but that is irrelevant I suppose).

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    • Northern Black Sea coast gem

      Northern Black Sea coast gem

      About 70 kilometres to the northeast of Varna, Bulgaria's 'Black Sea capital', is situated a town which undeservedly remains outside the traditional tourist destinations - its name is Kavarna. Moreover, the town boasts 2,500-year long history and a number of natural, cultural and historical sights.

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    • World Bank Group unveils Shared Services Centre in Sofia

      World Bank Group unveils Shared Services Centre in Sofia

      A Shared Services Centre of the World Bank Group was unveiled at the Sofia Tech Park in the Bulgarian capital on Thursday. The grand opening was attended by World Bank Managing Director and World Bank Group Chief Administrative Officer Shaolin Yang, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov and Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova.

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    • BSP boosts its falling rating with lies about Peevski

      BSP boosts its falling rating with lies about Peevski

      One can draw only one conclusion after the today’s election of a member of the Council for Electronic Media (CEM) – they have alleged to Peevski interference into CEM vote too. Alexander Simov, MP of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) was the next in a row to come out with this ludicrous lie.

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    • 20-year-old suspect arrested for NRA hack

      20-year-old suspect arrested for NRA hack

      A 20-year old resident of Plovdiv (South Central Bulgaria), identified by prosecutors as K.B., was arrested in connection with a hacker attack against the servers of the National Revenue Agency (NRA). The man is an employee of a cyber security firm and worked on testing security networks and computer systems. Apparently, he does not have a criminal record.

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    • NRA data leak investigated

      NRA data leak investigated

      The information sent to Bulgarian media by a Russian domain definitely tallies with the information available on the servers of the National Revenue Agency (NRA), Interior Minister Mladen Marinov said. He noted that this confirms that unauthorised access to the NRA servers has taken place. Minister Marinov spoke at a briefing after an extraordinary session of the Security Council with the Council of Ministers, which was summoned by PM Boyko Borissov after an alleged hacker attack against the NRA on Monday.

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    • Cabinet approves BGN 2.1bn for F-16s acquisition

      Cabinet approves BGN 2.1bn for F-16s acquisition

      The Council of Ministers approved a bill to amend and supplement the 2019 State Budget Act to accommodate the costs of buying eight F-16 fighter aircraft for the Bulgarian Air Force, the government press service reported. The ministers wrote in their reasoning for the bill that this new type of fighter aircraft is extremely important for Bulgaria's national security and defence and for implementing NATO's collective defence mechanisms and the EU's common defence and security policy.

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