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  • (DF) Interior Ministry: Turkish National Returned to Country of Origin, Not "Deported" or "Expelled"

    September 20 (BTA) - Turkish national Selahattin Urun has been returned to his country of origin on September 18 in accordance with the EU-Turkey Readmission Agreement, the Bulgarian Interior Ministry said in a press release on Sunday.
    21 Септември 2020, 08:00
  • (DF) Chief of Defence Admiral Emil Eftimov Takes Part in NATO Military Committee Conference

    Due to the coronavirus restrictions, the meeting was held via a video conference. Addressing the conference, Admiral Eftimov confirmed Bulgaria's commitment to NATO's operations and missions in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo and the Mediterranean Sea.    Another topic of discu...
    20 Септември 2020, 08:00
  • Печалбата на Jumbo в България спада с над 1 млн. евро през първото полугодие

    Гръцката верига магазини за детски играчки и стоки за дома планира да отвори нов магазин у нас през идните две години
    19 Септември 2020, 08:00
  • (DF) Bulgarian Foreign Minister Visits Ukraine, Confers with PM, Parliament Speaker

    September 18 (BTA) - Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva, who is paying an official visit to Ukraine, conferred here on Friday with Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Chairman Dmytro Razumkov, Ukrainian People's Deputies and two deputy prime ministers, Zaharieva' Ministry said in a press release. During the meeting, Shmyhal personally committed to the speedy opening of a state secondary Bulgarian school in Odessa. In exchange, Sofia will provide an immovable property for the setting up of a Ukrainian cultural centre in the Bulgarian capital. "In the person of Bulgaria, your country has one of its most sincere friends in the EU and NATO," the guest assured the Prime Minister, conveying to him special greetings from his Bulgarian counterpart Boyko Borissov and extending to him an invitation to visit Bulgaria, which Shmyhal accepted right away. The two discussed a broad range of issues, including the situation of the Bulgarian community in Ukraine and teaching Bulgarian, EU and NATO integration processes, trade and economic contacts, and energy diversification. Zaharieva directly raised the question about the opening of a state secondary Bulgarian school in Odessa, on which Bulgaria has been insisted for several years now. The Prime Minister promised to instruct personally his education minister to speed up the procedure. At Zaharieva's request, the Ukrainian Government will also take steps for the protection of Bulgarian philology as a course of studies at the Ukrainian universities. The rehabilitation of the Odessa-Bolhrad-Reni road was also on the agenda. The sides discussed the measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. "When protective clothing was most badly needed, we managed to send 500 reusable protective suits for your doctors," the Foreign Minister said. She was thanked for the prompt pandemic-control aid from both Bulgaria and the EU. Zaharieva and Shmyhal also considered EU-Ukraine relations in the context of the Association Council due next month. "It is time to plan the future of the Eastern Partnership because the 'more for more' principle should not just paid lip service," the chief Bulgarian diplomat said. The two were adamant that the Joint Intergovernmental Commission for Economic Cooperation, which has not been in session for 10 years, must meet next year and a business forum must be organized in Sofia. Razumkov, together with a group of Ukrainian MPs, received Zaharieva. The Verkhovna Rada Chairman said: "We highly appreciate your country's support for our territorial integrity and your long-standing support both bilaterally and internationally. The coronavirus has dramatically changed our work, but I hope that we will be able to resume more vigorous parliamentary cooperation shortly. Our two countries have a very good relationship." "There is an age-old friendship between Bulgaria and Ukraine, and this is not an overstatement: our contacts date back to the First Bulgarian Empire. Ukraine is home to the largest Bulgarian historical community abroad. I am grateful to the Verkhovna Rada for adopting an administrative decree which not only kept but enlarged the Bolhrad Raion," the Bulgarian Deputy PM said in response. She was referring to a Verkhovna Rada decree adopted on July 17, 2020 which preserved the Bolhrad Raion as a separate administrative division, with Bolhrad as its administrative centre, and incorporated into it the Tarutyne and Artsyz raions where the Bulgarian community is predominant. The enlarged Bolhrad Raion has nearly 74,000 Bulgarian residents. The largest Bulgarian community in Ukraine was thus brought together in a single administrative division consisting of 10 municipalities. Zaharieva also conferred with two Verkhovna Rada members of Bulgarian descent, Tetiana Plachkova and Oleksandr Kopylenko. At the end of her visit to Kyiv, Zaharieva laid flowers at the monument of Bulgarian freedom fighter Captain Petko Voyvoda (1844-1990), who spent a part of his life in the city. RY/LG //
    19 Септември 2020, 08:00
  • Нова логистика в източна София

    В очакване на задаващата се стагнация и намаляване броя на потенциалните купувачи на недвижими имоти "И Ар Джи Капитал - 3" АДСИЦ продаде и предпоследния терен от портфолиото си. Сто тридесет и един декара на "Околовръстен път" в триъгълника с "Челопешко" и "Ботевградско шосе" смениха собствеността си срещу 5.1 млн. евро (39 евро на кв.м). Окончателният договор е сключен на 2 септември, съобщи дружеството продавач в бюлетин Investor.bg. Купувачът според Имотния регистър е дружеството "Асетс мени...
    18 Септември 2020, 08:00
  • Строителството в Европа остава потиснато в сянката на COVID-19

    Строителната продукция в ЕС се е понижила с 0,1 на сто през юли спрямо юни
    18 Септември 2020, 08:00
  • (DF) President Radev Vetoes Election Code Amendments

    September 17 (BTA) - President Rumen Radev's decree vetoing amendments to the Election Code which were adopted earlier on Thursday was filed with the Registry Office, said Parliament Deputy Chair Valeri Simeonov. The decree was sent to the Legal Affairs Committee.
    18 Септември 2020, 08:00
  • "България Ер Меинтенанс" ще купува имоти за &

    Компанията ще инвестира 27 млн. лева в разширяването на капацитета на съществуващата база за обслужване и ремонт на самолети
    17 Септември 2020, 08:00
  • "България Ер Меинтенанс" ще купува имоти за &

    Компанията ще инвестира 27 млн. лева в разширяването на капацитета на съществуващата база за обслужване и ремонт на самолети
    17 Септември 2020, 08:00
  • (DF) Voting To Be Done by Both Machines and Paper Ballots, Decides Parliament after Lengthy Debates

    September 16 (BTA) - Voters can choose between voting by paper ballot or via machine ballot, MPs finally decided on Wednesday by adopting a second reading of amendments to the Election Code. Only paper ballots will be used in sections with less than 300 voters. The decision was taken after lengthy debates, with 109 votes in favour, 84 votes against and no abstentions. The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) accused the GERB party and the United Patriots coalition of not actually wanting machine voting, but of inciting wrong protocols, invalid ballots and low turnout. The Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) argued that Prime Minister Boyko Borissov was preparing to falsify the next elections and called on him to withdraw the draft amendments. According to the opposition, mixing paper ballots and machines will lead to chaos. GERB and the United Patriots noted that they want people to have a choice whether to vote with machines or with paper ballots. National Assembly Chair Tsveta Karayancheva stressed that GERB is not against machine voting. Moreover, the government has voted to allocate 70 million leva to the endeavour. She explained that they provided the option for a paper ballot in case the machines malfunction. The paper ballot also reassures some citizens that they can exercise their vote, Karayancheva said. The ruling party and the opposition began quarreling as early as discussing the title of the Election Code draft amendments and exchanged sharp remarks for hours. Parliament extended the sitting until the adoption of the second reading of Election Code amendments, but subsequently, at the suggestion of GERB, the MPs terminated the discussion. In the course of the debates, the MRF had repeatedly insisted on postponing them. Krassimir Tsipov (GERB) suggested that the MPs continue the discussion on Thursday as the first item on the agenda. His proposal was accepted. *** In a statement from the parliamentary rostrum, the BSP demanded that Veselin Mareshki be removed from his position as Deputy Chief of the National Assembly because of an effective four-year sentence for racketeering and extortion he received at second instance on Monday. The statement, read by Christian Vigenin, said that "The sentencing of GERB's associate Mareshki is another confirmation of the political coma in which this National Assembly has fallen. In any case, this sentence is a stain on the National Assembly institution." In her reaction, the deputy chairwoman of the Volya-Bulgarian Patriots parliamentary group, Krastina Taskova, called the BSP "a puppet master of the National Assembly cartel for many years now". RY/DT /DT/
    17 Септември 2020, 08:00