• General elections in Bulgaria to be held on 4 April

      General elections in Bulgaria to be held on 4 April

      The general elections in Bulgaria will be held on 4 April. This was revealed in a public address made by President Rumen Radev, in which he announced that he had signed an ordinance setting the day of the vote. The head of state essentially scheduled the elections for a week later than the date of 28 March, which he had initially announced.

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    • Bulgaria prepares plan to adopt euro

      Bulgaria prepares plan to adopt euro

      The main tasks that the Bulgarian government has to undertake are related to fulfilling the Roadmap commitments resulting from the Bulgarian lev's entry into ERM II, which took effect on 10 July 2020. This is what Minister of Finance Kiril Ananiev said in an interview he gave at the annual Euromoney forum for Central and Eastern Europe, the Ministry of Finance announced on its website. According to him, a National Plan to Adopt the Euro in Bulgaria is being drafted.

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    • PM Borissov comments on election date and pandemic

      PM Borissov comments on election date and pandemic

      No expert can say that the pandemic will be over in March, said Prime Minister Boyko Borissov in response to comments on the voting date. He made a surprise appearance at the regular briefing of the National Operative Staff in order to respond to criticism expressed by President Rumen Radev. The measures we employ are the mildest and most sparing for the people's psychological wellbeing, Borissov stated, praising the Staff, and defining it as the most competent.

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    • PM Borissov: Coming generations will never forgive us for failing to reach a compromise

      PM Borissov: Coming generations will never forgive us for failing to reach a compromise

      “I have always thought that solutions can be found at the negotiating table. The current and the coming generations will never forgive either Bulgaria or the Republic of North Macedonia for failing to reach a compromise that would have created a path forward,” Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said during his meeting earlier today with Vlado Buchkovski, special representative of the government of the Republic of North Macedonia to Bulgaria, the Council of Ministers announced.

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    • Ministry of Foreign Affairs: It is time for Skopje to renounce manipulations

      Ministry of Foreign Affairs: It is time for Skopje to renounce manipulations

      It is time for the government of the Republic of North Macedonia to renounce the manipulative thesis that Bulgaria disputes the right of self-determination and the identity of the citizens of the Republic of North Macedonia or their right to name their language as they wish. This was announced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in connection with a statement made by the government of the Republic of North Macedonia.

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    • Mafia sets up another circus tent in US

      Mafia sets up another circus tent in US

      After seeing that Bulgaria does not believe the oligarchs' crocodile tears and that its citizens no longer fall for their vaudeville tricks, the multi-millionaires of the country's murky period of transitioning to democracy decided to take their circus act across the pond and inundate the American society and institutions with lies. Yet again.

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