SOFIA, April 30 (Reuters) - These are some of the main stories in Bulgarian newspapers on Tuesday. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
TRUD - Bulgaria plans to send about 150 troops to Afghanistan as part of NATO mission in the country.
24 CHASA - Muslim prayer leader Ahmed Mussa has been sent to prison after a top Bulgarian court confirmed his verdict for preaching anti-democratic ideology and inciting hatred on religious grounds.
SEGA - Serious labour shortages are forcing Bulgarian construction companies to consider import of workers from Moldova, Ukraine or Northern Macedonia, the Chamber of Constructors in Bulgaria said.
MONITOR - Sofia is ready to build a new boulevard to connect an industrial zone to the capital as part of its bid to attract German carmaker Volkswagen to build a new car plant in the country, sources familiar with the process said.