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Egypt, Bulgaria discuss ways to enhance cooperation in tourism, antiquities

Khaled El-Anany, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, has discussed with Bulgarian Ambassador in Egypt, Deyan Angelov Katratchev, ways to enhance cooperation between the two countries in the tourism and archaeological fields, in order to boost the tourist movement between Egypt and Bulgaria. The meeting was attended by Dalia Abdel Fattah, General Supervisor of the General Department of …

Daily News Egypt

Egypt discusses enhancing tourism cooperation with Spain, Bulgaria

Egypt’s Minister of Tourism Rania Al-Mashat met with the Mayor of Seville Juan Espadas to discuss cooperation in the field of tourism between Egypt and Spain, notably Seville. The meeting comes on the sidelines of Egypt’s participation in the 19th session of the WTTC Global Summit 2019, which held in the period from 2 to …

Nehal Samir

Bulgaria fears a tide of refugees

Now that the western Balkan route is closed, refugees are increasingly trying to reach the EU via its eastern Bulgarian border. The government in Sofia wants to stop this and is planning to install more fences.

Deutsche Welle

People-smuggling: the trade with refugees in Bulgaria

More and more refugees are trying to reach the West via Bulgaria. The people-smuggling trade is flourishing along the dangerous route to the West – and border guards are sometimes involved in the illegal business. The trip starts in Istanbul, then continues along the smugglers’ trail though Plovdiv and Sofia to the Bulgarian-Serb border in …

Deutsche Welle

Refugees opting for Bulgaria route exposed to violence

Asylum-seekers with limited funds or fears of sea travel are bypassing Greece for a land route through Bulgaria, but the risks remain high. Diego Cupolo reports from Dimitrovgrad, Serbia. Refugees opting for a land route to Europe are hiking in and out of Bulgaria, where they must cross dense forests and lightly populated areas that …

Deutsche Welle

Why Putin is courting Bulgaria

In December, Russian President Vladimir Putin sharply attacked EU and NATO member Bulgaria for supporting Western sanctions against Russia – but now, his tone has noticeably softened. What’s changed? Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov’s statement in early July sounded almost apologetic: “It’s understandable that President Putin spoke very sharply with regard to Bulgaria. But we …

Deutsche Welle

Sofia observers for larger EU role in Mideast, N. Africa

By AFP SOFIA: The EU should assume a bigger role in the democratic transitions in North Africa and the Middle East, politicians and experts said Thursday, pointing to eastern Europe’s post-communist experience. “In most countries there is a feeling now that what the European Union is offering is not sufficient. I think it is true,” …

DNE

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