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2,460 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Bulgaria 27.5.2020
2,460 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Bulgaria
May 27 (BTA) - The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Bulgaria is 2,460, the national coronavirus task force said at its news briefing on Wednesday morning. The latest confirmed cases are 17. The fatalities are...

Health Minister Issues Order Repealing Some Restrictive Measures Imposed Due to COVID-19 27.5.2020
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May 27 (BTA) - Health Minister Kiril Ananiev issued an order revoking some of the restrictive measures introduced due to COVID-19, said the press service of the Ministry of Health on Tuesday evening. As of Tuesday,...

Bulgaria Has 617 Villages with Fewer than 10 or No Residents 26.5.2020
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Sofia, May 26 (BTA) - Bulgaria has 617 villages without population or with residents in the single digits, BTA found from the National Register of Populated Places of the National Statistical Institute. The data...


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75th Anniversary of End of WW II in Europe Observed in Bulgaria

75th Anniversary of End of WW II in Europe Observed in Bulgaria

11.5.2020
Sofia, May 9 (BTA) - Bulgaria's President and Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Rumen Radev and Vice President Iliana Iotova laid flowers at the Monument to the Unknown Soldier here on Saturday on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe. Radev told journalists that the over 12,000 Bulgarians killed in the war must be remembered because today's united and peaceful prospering Europe would not have evolved without their self-sacrifice. "Without Victory Day we cannot talk about Europe Day," the head of State argued. "Undoubtedly, World War II brought Nazism and the Holocaust to an end in Europe, making possible the subsequent Day of United Europe," he added. For her part, Iotova warned about "the very strong infection" of fascism in society, which still persists in thinking and can easily reappear "unless we are vigilant". In a greetings address on the occasion of May 9, Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) leader Kornelia Ninova called for commemoration of the "tens of thousands of Bulgarian antifascists and soldiers whose heroism in the final phase of the war accelerated the end of the Third Reich." "The attempts to belittle this feat and to rewrite and twist history retroactively because of ad hoc political interests are unbecoming. There is just one historical truth, and the BSP will always stand up for it. Without the Victory Day, there would not have been a Europe Day," the message reads. In a Facebook post, VOLYA Party leader and National Assembly Deputy Chairman Vesselin Mareshki wrote, quoted by his party in a press release: "Let us acknowledge and honour the self-sacrifice" of the millions of WW II heroes." "Europe must never again live through that horror. Let us show sabre-rattlers that we will not allow them such madness." "Peoples must cooperate rather than fight. Not a single political objective can justify the destruction of national assets and the extermination of innocent people. This is a crime against humanity," Mareshki commented further on. LG Source: Sofia, Photo: , http://www.bta.bg/en/c/DF/id/2208349
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