Bulgarian News Agency

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Bulgarian News Agency

 

(Bulgarska telegrafna agentsiia—BTA), founded in 1898. Until 1951 the Bulgarian News Agency was a division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Since 1951 it has been a special institution, a central information institute under the Soviet Ministry of the People’s Republic of Bulgaria. It has its own correspondence offices in the large cities of Bulgaria, as well as in the capitals of many other countries (including Moscow, Peking, Delhi, Paris, New York, London, Berlin, Ankara, and Cairo). It provides information on questions of domestic and international life to the newspapers and radio stations of Bulgaria. The Bulgarian News Agency sends comprehensive information abroad, reflecting the economic, political, and cultural life of the Bulgarian people.

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According to the CEO of the Bulgarian-Romanian joint venture Danube Bridge 2 Vidin-Calafat AD, Lyubomir Nizamov, as cited by the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency, traffic across the facility continues to increase.
Speaking Friday in Devnya at the opening of a new production line at the local cement plant, Borisov noted that the new jobs had been created in Burgas, Stara Zagora, and Devnya, according to reports of the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency.
He made clear that a procedure of the State Enterprise Port Infrastructure was underway for the reconstruction of the oldest enclosed port storage facility and its conversion to a Marine Cultural Center with a second passenger terminal, according to reports of the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency.
8 M, had been reduced by slightly over BGN 6 M from the previous tender held in 2014, according to reports of the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency.
Stressing Bulgariaas reliability as a participant in the gas pipeline project, Kotsev, as cited by the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency, informs that the Bulgarian companies involved in the scheme keep working on it in order to meet their contractual obligations.
According to the letter, as cited by the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency (BTA), there has been no decrease in gas tariffs for industrial consumers in Bulgaria despite the fact that crude oil prices have plummeted to a 5-year low.
Bayraktar, as cited by the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency, made clear that the investments would mostly target the sectors of energy, textile, tourism, and food industry in Bulgaria, Albania, Croatia, Macedonia, and other Balkan countries.
Mladenov will replace Dutch diplomat Robert Serry, according to sources close to the matter, as cited by the The Washington Post and the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency.
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