• 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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    • National pandemic response plan unveiled

      National pandemic response plan unveiled

      During a briefing at the Council of Ministers headquarters, Minister of Healthcare Kostadin Angelov and Prof Ventsislav Mutafchiyski, head of the National Operative Staff, presented a national pandemic response plan on Wednesday. Guidelines provided by the World Health Organisation and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control were used in its drafting.

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    • Triumvirate of junk spreads lies about Delyan Peevski

      Triumvirate of junk spreads lies about Delyan Peevski

      A certain triumvirate is trying to hold Bulgaria captive. A triumvirate of oligarchs served by puppet journalists and fake news. A triumvirate of people who have amassed their wealth on the back of Bulgarian citizen thanks to corruption and waste disposal. And now these same people are attempting to plunge the country and its public into a swamp of their own vice and lies (dressed up as news) in order to keep making millions at the expense of the Bulgarian people.

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    • Bobokov brothers spew lies about Delyan Peevski on TV

      Bobokov brothers spew lies about Delyan Peevski on TV

      For some men getting cuckolded is shameful, something to hide. Others, however, wear this fact like a badge of honor and even embellish it with lies. It is easy to see what category the Bobokov brothers fall in. The answer was made clear to anyone who chose to suffer through watching the farcical interview with Plamen and his older brother, Atanas, that bTV aired in primetime on Sunday.

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    • Monastery amidst sanatorium

      Monastery amidst sanatorium

      The Assumption of the Holy Mother Monastery in Iskrets was part of the ring of monasteries around the Bulgarian capital, called Sofia Mala Sveta Gora (Sofia's Small Holy Mountain). It lies just two kilometres east of the village of Iskrets and around 53 kilometres north of Sofia. Nestled in the folds of the Balkan Mountain Range, it is situated at the foot of a peak called Gradishte, where once there was a fortress. A major road passed through this place - from Sofia to Vratsa, which was probably one of the reasons for the monastery to be built here.

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    • PM Boyko Borissov: We must take difficult but wise decisions

      PM Boyko Borissov: We must take difficult but wise decisions

      The state will provide nearly BGN 400m for the businesses that will be restricted due to the partial lockdown which takes effect from this Friday until 21 December 2020. This was stated by PM Boyko Borissov during the Council of Ministers meeting, which voted to extend the state of emergency due to the epidemic situation from 1 December to 31 January 2021.

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