SOFIA Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry said on Friday any discussion about a revision of the treaty defining the borders of its neighbours Greece and Turkey would not help stability in the region.
SOFIA Iran denied access to its airspace to a Bulgarian government jet taking a delegation led by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov to Tehran's regional arch-enemy Saudi Arabia, Sofia's foreign minister said on Wednesday.
SOFIA The Bulgarian Orthodox Church has taken a step towards possible eventual recognition of Macedonia's Orthodox Church, a rapprochement that echoes a warming of relations between the governments of the two Balkan neighbours.
SOFIA Nine people were killed and 19 others were injured when a minibus crashed into a truck on a highway in central Bulgaria on Friday, the interior ministry said.
SOFIA Bulgaria's parliament speaker Dimitar Glavchev resigned on Friday in a move he said was to avoid political upheaval as the country prepares to take over the six-month rotating European Union presidency in January.
SARAJEVO Western Balkan countries aspiring to join the European Union should leave the past behind and solve their mutual problems first, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said on Friday.
SOFIA A Bulgarian court has ordered Deputy Prime Minister and nationalist party leader Valeri Simeonov to refrain from using hate speech following anti-Roma statements he made in parliament in 2014, lawyers from a human rights group said on Wednesday.
SOFIA Bulgaria should tighten rules on foreign financing for religious communities and restrict visits by foreign clerics to help counter the potential spread of radical Islam, deputy prime minister Krasimir Karakachanov said on Thursday.
SOFIA The prime ministers of Bulgaria, Greece and Romania gave their support to their Balkan neighbour Serbia's bid to join the European Union on Tuesday, saying the integration of the western Balkans would guarantee regional peace and stability.
SOFIA Balkan neighbours Bulgaria and Romania aim to build a second bridge over the Danube, connecting Bulgaria's Ruse and Romania's Giorgiu in an attempt to improve infrastructure connectivity in the region and attract more foreign investment.
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