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  • Ритейл парковете в регионалните градове у нас се доближават до точка на насищане

    Нарастващите цени на строителните материали се очаква да забавят някои проекти в краткосрочен план
    26 Януари 2022, 08:00
  • (DF) After Joint Government Meeting, Sofia and Skopje Will Advance Cooperation in Broad Range of Fields

    January 25 (BTA) - Bulgaria and the Republic of North Macedonia signed three memorandums of cooperation in the presence of the prime ministers of the two countries, the government information service said on Tuesday. The official signing took place after a joint meeting of the two governments in Sofia and included a Memorandum of Understanding in the area of agriculture, agrarian science, rural development and forestry, Memorandum of Understanding for the development of the Sofia-Skopje rail link, and Memorandum of Understanding between the Bulgarian Executive Agency for Promotion of Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises and North Macedonia's Agency for Promotion of Entrepreneurship. Аgriculture, Rural Development and Forestry Agriculture Minister Ivan Ivanov and North Macedonia's Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy Ljupco Nikolovski signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the two ministries for cooperation in the area of agriculture, agrarian science, rural development and forestry. The document envisages advancing cooperation between the two countries in agriculture through an exchange of information and transfer of expertise, exchange of good practices, implementation of joint research projects and cross-border cooperation in rural areas. Bulgaria undertakes to share its experience in connection with accessing EU's Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance. Transport A plan for the development of the project for a rail link between Sofia and Skopje, an assessment of investment costs and a survey into possibilities for funding from the EU and international institutions are part of the tasks of a joint Working Group on Infrastructure, Transport and Connectivity. This is envisaged in a Memorandum of Understanding for the development of the Sofia-Skopje rail link between Bulgaria and North Macedonia as a basis for conducting negotiations. The document was signed by Bulgarian Transport Minister Nikolay Sabev and his Macedonian counterpart Blagoj Bochvarski. The rail link is of strategic an economic importance for the citizens and the economies of the two countries. Its construction will integrate fully the rail networks of the two countries in the Trans-European Transport Network. Sabev has taken the initiative to organize a meeting with his Albanian and Macedonian counterparts to urge the European Comission to include the Sofia-Skopje railway link in the Western Balkans transport corridor, Ministry reported. The first flight on the regular line Sofia-Skopje can take place already in March, Bulgarian and North-Macedonian Transport Ministers said after signing a joint declaration on the wish for the estbalishment of an airline between the two countries. Bulgarian representatives of the executive power and tour operator companies are envisaged to board the flight and negotiate future tourist packages with their colleagues from Skopje. The two sides also signed a declaration of intent to cut the roaming charges between the two countries. Work on New Border Crossing to be Stepped Up The two countries will speed up work for the opening of a new crossing on their common border. An agreement on that was reached by Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Regional Development and Public Works Minister Grozdan Karadjov, the Macedonian Transport and Communications Minister Bochvarski and Local Self-Government Minister Goran Milevski at a meeting of the Infrastructure Working Group, Karadjov's Ministry said in a press release. The completion and rehabilitation of the roads leading to the Klepalo Border Checkpoint from Stroumyani, Bulgaria, and Berovo, North Macedonia, will be financed with 10.3 million euro under the bilateral Cross-Border Cooperation Programme 2021-2027. Bulgaria has already started work on improving the 37-km road from Stroumyani to the border, the Ministry said. At the meeting, Karadjov informed his counterparts that the Stanke Lisichkovo Border Checkpoint (on the road between Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, and Delchevo, North Macedonia) will be expanded shortly by adding new separate lanes for the processing of the increased traffic of passengers and vehicles and constructing new buildings to accommodate the passport and customs control services, which will shorten substantially waiting time at the border. The ministers also discussed the finishing of Pan-European Transport Corridor VIII (Brindisi-Durres-Tirana-Skopje-Deve Bair-Gyueshevo-Sofia- Plovdiv-Bourgas/Varna-Poti-Batumi). Karadjov said that the corridor's road infrastructure in Bulgaria is constructed with the exception of the Black Sea Motorway (between Bourgas and Varna). Sofia prioritizes a widening of the 62-km Corridor VIII road section between Gyueshevo and Dupnitsa. Financing for the project has been planned in the three-year budget framework of the Road Infrastructure Agency. The sides also discussed the preparation of the bilateral Cross-Border Cooperation Programme, which the European Commission is expected to approve shortly. The Programme will give the two countries access to over 31 million euro (almost double compared to the previous period) for the period ending in 2027. The funding is earmarked for the new border crossing and projects in environmental protection, regional connectivity, promotion of economic growth, culture, the natural heritage, sustainable tourism and security in the border regions. A total of 73 projects worth 18.1 million euro-plus were implemented in the two countries' border areas under the previous programme between 2014 and 2020. Economy, Innovations and Growth Innovations and Growth Minister Daniel Lorer and North Macedonia's Minister of Economy Kreshnik Bekteshi signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the Bulgarian Executive Agency for Promotion of Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises and North Macedonia's Agency for Promotion of Entrepreneurship. The memorandum will aid the development of bilateral economic cooperation. Acknowledging the strategic importance of the development of small and medium-sized businesses for boosting employment, economic and social stability, the sides undertake to aid the businesses of the respective countries and establish and maintain various forms of cooperation. Under the memorandum the two agencies will partner in the development of small and medium-sized businesses by providing real opportunities for expanding contacts between businesses from the two countries. The sides undertake to exchange information in relation to commerce, possibilities for investment, policies and measures implemented by the two governments to promote the internationalization of small and medium-sized companies. The two sides will cooperate in the organization of promotional events in favour of SMEs. Justice During a meeting of the working group on European Cooperation: Green Transition and Digital Transformation, the Justice Ministers of the two countries discussed how they would cooperate. Participating in the session were the Minister for Good Governance, Kalina Konstantinova, Environment and Water Minister Borislav Sandov, who is also deputy prime minister for climate policies, Justice Minister Nadezhda Yordanova and e-Government Minister Bozhidar Bozhanov. North Macedonia was represented by the Deputy Prime Ministers for European Affairs, Bojan Maricikj, and for Good Governance, Slavica Grkovska, and Environment Minister Naser Nuredini. The Bulgarian Justice Minister proposed that Bulgarian experts share with North Macedonia counterparts their experience in accomplishing key projects for reforming the judiciary and introducing e-justice. She focused on the government's efforts to combat corruption and the restructuring of the anti-corruption commission, and the Bulgarian experience in using mediation as an alternative method for dispute resolution, among other issues. The two sides agreed to continue work on expert level.
    26 Януари 2022, 08:00
  • Милано съживява изоставените панаирни площи, вдъхновен от Силициевата долина

    Градът се стреми да превърне район с над два пъти по-голяма площ от Ватикана в устойчив технологичен център
    25 Януари 2022, 08:00
  • (DF) Owners of Night Clubs, Bars, Discos to Boycott New COVID Restrictions in Sofia

    January 24 (BTA) - The owners of night clubs, bars and discos in the capital will boycott the new anti-epidemic measures introduced by the Sofia Regional Health Inspectorate (SRHI) as they find these discriminatory, Bulgarian Association of Catering Establishments (BACE) President Richard Alibegov said here on Monday, emerging from a meeting of the owners. By order of SRHI Director Dancho Penchev, as of January 27, Sofia's eating and entertainment establishments will work at 50 per cent of their capacity and visitors will have to present a Green Certificate as proof of vaccination against, recovery from, or a negative test for COVID-19. Gambling halls, casinos, eating, and entertainment establishments, including such in accommodation establishments, will have to close at 10 pm. Emil Kolarov, Chairman of the Bulgarian Restaurant Association, stressed that the branch will stage a protest if SRHI does not lift the restrictions. "We will file lawsuits against the State for all the damages it did to us in the last two years with most of its restrictions", Kolarov warned. Alibegov argued that SRHI's order restricts the activities of entertainment establishments which will soon have to pay higher electricity bills, taxes and salaries. Meanwhile, businesses cannot receive compensations as the new restrictions are not introduced by an order of the Health Minister. In addition, most eating and entertainment establishments do not meet the requirements for these compensations, Alibegov said.
    25 Януари 2022, 08:00
  • (DF) Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev on Official Visit to Turkey

    January 23 (BTA) - Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev is heading a Bulgarian delegation on an official visit to Turkey, the prosecution service said on Sunday. The delegation includes Deputy Prosecutor General and Head of the Supreme Administrative Prosecutor's Office Desislava Pironeva and Geshev's spokesperson Siika Mileva. The official visit is taking place at the invitation of Turkey's General Prosecutor of the Supreme Court of Appeal Bekir Sahin. The visit is a continuation of the active dialogue between the prosecutor's offices of Bulgaria and Turkey, which resulted in the establishment of the Balkan Forum of Chief Prosecutors. During the visit, meetings are planned in the Supreme Court and the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Turkey. The Bulgarian delegation will also visit the newly opened building of the General Prosecutor's Office in Ankara. The focus of the talks between the prosecutor's offices of the two neighbouring countries will be the continuation of excellent cooperation in criminal matters, anti-terrorism, as well as countering cross-border organized crime and combating illegal migration, the release said. RY/MT /МТ/
    24 Януари 2022, 08:00
  • Инвеститорите в китайски строителни компании се сблъскват с трудна дилема

    Разтърсваните от дългова криза строители предлагат на облигационерите замяна на дълг с по-късен падеж в опит да избегнат неизпълнение
    23 Януари 2022, 08:00
  • (SC) COVID-19 Update: 6,630 New Cases, Test Positivity Rate at 25%

    Sofia, January 23 (BTA) - The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Bulgaria reached 877,381, after 26,541 tests identified 6,630 new infections on Saturday, 77.5 per cent of which were of unvaccinated persons, according to data posted on https://coronavirus.bg/. The test posi...
    23 Януари 2022, 08:00
  • В Букурещ строят най-високата жилищна сграда в Румъния за 76 млн. евро

    Тя ще е висока 122 м и ще разполага с 34 луксозни апартамента
    22 Януари 2022, 08:00
  • (DF) COVID-19 Update: 9,874 New Cases, Test Positivity Rate at 22.5%

    January 22 (BTA) - The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Bulgaria reached 870,751, after 43,879 tests identified 9,874 new infections on Friday, 78.2 per cent of which were of unvaccinated persons, according to data posted on https://coronavirus.bg/. The test positivity rate now stands at 22.5 per cent. Sofia tops the list of new cases with 2,873 positive tests, followed by Plovdiv with 1,084 cases and Varna with 636. The active cases are 195,629. Currently, the hospitalized patients number 5,164, including 547 in intensive care. Of the 615 hospital admissions, 84.2 per cent were not vaccinated. The infected medical staff have reached 19,429. Another 1,924 COVID-19 patients have recovered over the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 642,518. Eighty-six fatalities were reported (94.2 per cent unvaccinated), and the death toll now adds up to 32,604. With 13,541 new inoculations over the last 24 hours, 4,091,684 vaccine doses have been administered so far, 1,975,203 people are fully vaccinated, and 565,282 have received a booster jab. MT
    22 Януари 2022, 08:00
  • (DF) COVID-19 Update: 9,874 New Cases, Test Positivity Rate at 22.5%

    January 22 (BTA) - The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Bulgaria reached 870,751, after 43,879 tests identified 9,874 new infections on Friday, 78.2 per cent of which were of unvaccinated persons, according to data posted on https://coronavirus.bg/. The test positivity rate now stands at 22.5 per cent. Sofia tops the list of new cases with 2,873 positive tests, followed by Plovdiv with 1,084 cases and Varna with 636. The active cases are 195,629. Currently, the hospitalized patients number 5,164, including 547 in intensive care. Of the 615 hospital admissions, 84.2 per cent were not vaccinated. The infected medical staff have reached 19,429. Another 1,924 COVID-19 patients have recovered over the last 24 hours, bringing the total to 642,518. Eighty-six fatalities were reported (94.2 per cent unvaccinated), and the death toll now adds up to 32,604. With 13,541 new inoculations over the last 24 hours, 4,091,684 vaccine doses have been administered so far, 1,975,203 people are fully vaccinated, and 565,282 have received a booster jab. MT
    22 Януари 2022, 08:00