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  • State of emergency to not be extended beyond 13 May

    State of emergency to not be extended beyond 13 May

    The state of emergency in Bulgaria will not  be extended beyond 13 May, Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov told a briefing on Monday. The briefing, which was given after an extraordinary sitting of the Cabinet, presented to the media details about draft changes to the Health Act and the Act on the Measures and Actions during the State of Emergency that the Government has elaborated. 

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  • PM Borissov discusses migrant pressure with Turkish President Erdogan

    PM Borissov discusses migrant pressure with Turkish President Erdogan

    Prime Minister Boyko Borissov conferred in Ankara on Monday evening with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss opportunities for overcoming the tension caused by the increased migrant flow from Turkey to the EU in recent days and the measures for de-escalating the tension in Syria. The two gave a joint news conference after the meeting, during which Erdogan slammed the EU for failing to share the refugee burden with Turkey.

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  • Bulgaria through the glass of time

    Bulgaria through the glass of time

    An interactive exhibition titled Bulgaria Through the Glass of Time is on display at the Museum of Rome in Trastevere from 12 December to 12 January, the organizers from the Values Foundation said. The exhibition will mark the 140th anniversary of Bulgarian-Italian diplomatic relations.

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  • Bulgarian PM Borissov arrives on official visit to US

    Bulgarian PM Borissov arrives on official visit to US

    Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov arrived Sunday on an official visit to the US, during which he will confer with US President Donald J. Trump. The press office of the Bulgarian government said that the meeting on November 25 is a key step in enhancing the strategic partnership between the two countries.

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  • Bulgarian PM meets with Republic of Korea counterpart

    Bulgarian PM meets with Republic of Korea counterpart

    Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov Thursday met with the government leader of the Republic of Korea, Lee Nak-yeon, on the third day of his official visit here. Speaking at a news briefing in the government headquarters in Seoul, Borissov said that both countries have made education and culture their priority which is why he attaches topmost importance to relations between universities.

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  • PM Borissov pays official visit to Republic of Korea

    PM Borissov pays official visit to Republic of Korea

    Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, who is paying an official visit to the Republic of Korea between September 24 and 27, laid a wreath at the main memorial tower of Seoul National Cemetery on Wednesday. He paid tribute to the memory of Korean nationals who died as members of the national independence movement in the Korean War and in the Vietnam War.

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  • Borissov, Zaev discuss friendship and cooperation

    Borissov, Zaev discuss friendship and cooperation

    Prime ministers Boyko Borissov of Bulgaria and Zoran Zaev of North Macedonia discussed in Skopje Thursday the benefits for their countries stemming from the implementation of the Friendship, Goodneighbourliness and Cooperation Treaty, the Bulgarian Government's press service reported. Borissov stressed Bulgaria's desire to develop close and friendly relations, corresponding to the two countries' common history and closeness between citizens.

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