Showing posts with label Bulgaria. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bulgaria. Show all posts

Bulgaria: Missing Helicopter, Dead Pilot's Body Found


Sept 22, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


Sofia/Blagoevgad - Southwest Bulgaria

The helicopter, which was reported missing earlier on Friday, was found with the dead pilot's body in a remote ravine a couple of kilometres from the village of Garmen (Southwest Bulgaria), the Interior Ministry said Friday evening. A medical team is headed towards the scene. 

Bulgaria: 500 Pupils Start New School Year in Sofia's Lebanese School


Sept 19, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas



A Lebanese school in Sofia started the new school year with nearly 500 pupils. It is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its founding and is now in a new building that will house only students from the school, which is named after Lebanese-American writer and poet Gibran Khalil Gibran, the organizers said. 

Bulgaria's Vice President Iliiana Iotova talks with Albania about the Bulgarian minority


Sept 16, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas

Bulgaria stands fully behind the European future of Albania, which is an important factor for the security and stability not only of the region, but of the whole of Europe, Bulgaria’s Vice President Iliana Iotova said during her visit to Tirana on September 15.

Bulgarian Vice President Meets Bulgarians in Albania


Sept 15, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


Vice President Iliana Iotova discussed with representatives of the local authorities the opportunities for expanding the study of Bulgarian language and cooperation between Bulgarian and Albanian universities, the press centre of the head of State said on Thursday.

President Radev: Bulgaria and Greece Form Strategic Axis of Stability


President Rumen Radev at Thessaloniki International Fair (Photo: President's press centre)

Sept 14, 2023. Posted by  Balkan Periscope - Hellas


"Bulgaria and Greece form a strategic axis of stability which provides stability and perspectives for sustainable development and growth for the entire region," President Rumen Radev said in an interview for Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA-MPA).

Half a million Bulgarian levs for Bulgarians living in North Macedonia and abroad

February 22, 2020. 12:49

The Bulgarian government has provided 500.000 levs (256.000 euros) for financing projects for Bulgarian communities in Albania, Serbia, Kosovo, Ukraine, Moldavia including civic organizations in North Macedonia with Bulgarian orientation.

Μπόζινταρ Ντιμιτρόφ: Η «μακεδονική γλώσσα» βασίζεται στη βουλγαρική διάλεκτο

Ιούνιος 23, 2017. 07:55


Ο διευθυντής του Εθνικού Ιστορικού Μουσείου της Βουλγαρίας, Μπόζινταρ Ντιμιτρόφ (Божидар Димитров), ένας από τους μεγαλύτερους αντιμακεδονιστές της βουλγαρικής κοινωνίας, με την ευκαιρία της επίσκεψης του Ζόραν Ζάεφ στη Βουλγαρία, ο οποίος 

Σκόπια: Επικρίθηκε το …’γλωσσικό ολίσθημα’ του Ζάεφ στη Σόφια (βίντεο)

Ιούνιος 22, 2017. 14:58

Γράφει από τα Σκόπια ο Βλάντισλαβ Περούνοβιτς

Στη διάρκεια της 21ης Ιουνίου 2017,  δεύτερης ημέρας, της επίσημης επίσκεψης του πρωθυπουργού της πΓΔΜ, Ζόραν Ζάεφ,  στη Δημοκρατία της Βουλγαρίας, επισημάνθηκε και πάλι η αναγνώριση της ιστορίας των Σλάβων και των Βουλγάρων ως «κοινή».

Συνέντευξη Ζάεφ στη βουλγαρική πρωτεύουσα: Θα γιορτάζουμε μαζί την ΄κοινή ιστορία’ μας (βίντεο)

Ιούνιος 21, 2017. 20:14

Γράφει ο Βλάντισλαβ Περούνοβιτς

Ο Πρωθυπουργός της  «πρώην Γιουγκοσλαβικής Δημοκρατίας της Μακεδονίας- FYROM», Ζόραν Ζάεφ,  κατά την επίσκεψή του στη βουλγαρική πρωτεύουσα εξέφρασε στις 20 Ιουνίου (χθες) το 

“Gruevski want ‘Slavo-Macedonia’ to be part of Bulgaria”

The Albanian political bloc has voiced its anger over the decision of the Council of Ministers of the EU to put off determining a starting date for "Macedonia’s" accession negotiations in the next six months, "Macedonian" A1 television channel reports.

“Nikola Gruevski’s policy is not accidental. He does not want "Macedonia" to be part of Europe, but part of Bulgaria,” said the leader of the opposition Democratic Party of Albanians (DPA) Menduh Thaci.

He called on the international community to turn "Macedonia" into a protectorate.

“The government should resign because it is not legitimate any longer,” said Thaci.

10 December 2009 08:45 FOCUS News Agency