Bulgarian journalist and owner of BGNES Ljubcho Neshkov, who conducted a critical interview with Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, said tonight on the 24 TV’s "Triling" show that politicians should solve problems regardless of when and if there will be elections in Bulgaria, which may be in March, but may...
 In an interview with BTV, Bulgaria’s Deputy Prime Minister Krasimir Karakachanov said that Macedonia will wait at the gates of the EU for a long time if it continues to behave as a country that is a mentor to Bulgaria. "Bulgaria has the right to ask the candidate countries to...
Mayor of Croatia’s Petrinja Darinko Dumbovic announced that he will return to the state the allocated 30 million kuna aid for the earthquake. According to Jutarnji list, he will do that, because, as he said: "the state does not look at the people and the damage, but at the political...
  Two more strong earthquakes struck Croatia on Wednesday morning, the first measuring 4.7 and the second 4.8 on the Richter scale, with the epicenter in the Petrinja area. The first hit at 6.15 a.m. and the second a little later, the head of the Seismological Survey, Ines Ivancic, told Croatian...
Bulgarian customs officers found more than 33kg of cannabis worth 69,000 euros in a vehicle driven by a citizen of Macedonia. According to BTA, the Kia vehicle with Macedonian license plates was stopped at the border crossing between the two countries on December 23 when customs officers, during control, found...
The Roman Catholic Church and all Christian churches that use the Gregorian calendar celebrate Christmas Eve on Thursday. It is believed throughout the Christian world that the birth of Christ brought light to the truth about mankind, with the event fulfilling the Old Testament prophesy about the birth of the...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was answering on Wednesday at the Bundestag questions from Gunther Krichbaum, who criticized the failure of the German EU Presidency to start accession talks with North Macedonia, Deutsche Welle reports. He stressed that the public has once again witnessed EU member states abuse their power over...
Speaking at the 10th To Be Secure (2BS) forum on Friday, President of Slovenia Borut Pahor expressed disappointment that the enlargement policy is currently not high on the European Union agenda. He noted that what happened with North Macedonia is discouraging for the Western Balkan countries. “The country fulfilled everything it...
"I think it is a complete tragedy that after a long time spent on resolving the name issue with the Greeks, the Bulgarians, for internal reasons, made such demands for Macedonia, and therefore the question should be asked how Bulgaria fulfills its obligations to the EU," said former US...
Besides Skopje and Tirana, the EU, Bulgaria and the region also have a lot to lose from the blockage of North Macedonia and Albania’s EU integration, said Bulgarian MEP and European Parliament rapporteur for North Macedonia Ilhan Kyuchyuk. “Bulgaria was one of the countries to put the region’s EU integration...