Prime Minister Kiril Petkov slams Bulgaria’s ill-preparedness for war or emergencies during address to Capital Weekly and business sector guests
Stuck in the middle of its allegiance to the Euroatlantic Alliance and its volatile domestic politics, Sofia is choosing to keep a low profile amidst rising NATO-Kremlin tensions
The next government will inherit a deficit and a thinning fiscal reserve
Why does it matter and what does it mean for the pandemic response in Bulgaria?
Fewer hirings ‘at any cost’, more flexible employment options, and cautious wage growth are among the new trends in the labor market prompted by the coronavirus
After an ineffective first lockdown, the government sleepwalked into the second pandemic wave - with deadly consequences
Despite the pandemic, Bulgaria went on a military spending spree in 2020 – and pledges to continue