Joining the Eurozone by the end of 2025 is "quite realistic," while the rotation cabinet might last more than 18 months, PM Nikolay Denkov told the conference organized by Capital
The newly established anti-graft institution was approved by Parliament last Thursday, but it is already signposted with red flags
Borissov seems to be dictating the pace of the negotiations, WCC is trying to outmaneuver him, but might end up playing into his hands
The unvoted amendment to the Insurance Code blocks Bulgaria's entry into the eurozone
Spanish aircraft and Italian ground troops to reinforce NATO’s flank in the country
Guns for Ukraine - it’s official, sort of; Still no government in sight, a nuclear reactor is shut off
The week: Numbers and why we should love them, elections and census results are out and Schengen maybe?
K insights 07/10: And I guess that’s why they call it the (post-election) blues
Parties lying low on big issues before vote, Energy Minister shifts stance on LNG and why do people from the "Yellow Cobblestones" cry?
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine might finally prompt the rearmament of Bulgaria’s military which has all but stalled in the past three decades
The mystery of the phantom aircraft is a stress test for Bulgarian national security - which the state is so far failing
Despite political hopes that the second batch of 8 US-made fighters would be cheaper, the initial offer price stands at 1.7 billion USD - a third more than in 2019
The week: Borissov arrested, Central Bank chairmanship tears the coalition, Resilience Plan still not ok
Former PM Borissov arrested, Guerilla war over BNB shakes the coalition and the Plan is still NOT alright
While PM Petkov promises humanitarian and military aid to Kyiv, Defense Minister Yanev and BSP remain opposed to any significant moves in support of Ukraine
Supply chain issues and logistical problems have stalled the production of the Lockheed Martin jets, postponing deliveries by up to two years