The president of Russia, Vladimir Putin provoked anger in Bulgarian society and officials after he told his Macedonian colleague George Ivanov on May 24 which was the Day of Slavic Literacy, that the Cyrillic script came from Macedonia.“The Slavic alphabet and literature came to us from Macedonian soil”, […]
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A deputy minister in the new Bulgarian government has resigned after a photo emerged of him giving a Nazi salute. Pavel Tenev, deputy minister for regional development, and from the quota of the nationalist alliance “United Patriots” resigned on 17 May, after media discovered on his Facebook account […]
On the night of the 27 April, nearly 200 nationalists sympathizing with the ruling party in Macedonia, VMRO-DPMNE (Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization – Democratic Party for Macedonian National Unity) stormed the building of the parliament in Skopje without being stopped by the security police. Some of the men […]
Bulgaria – the conservative GERB ( Citizens for European development of Bulgaria) party and the nationalist United Patriots (UP) reached agreement on crucial policies which has paved the way for forming a ruling coalition. GERB and UP agreed on the sticky issue of pensions which a call for […]
Just recently, the people of Serbia choose a new president, Aleksandar Vucic, lawyer and politician, who has been the Prime Minister of Serbia since 27 April 2014. He is also the leader and president of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS). Vucic won with a 54.9 percent majority. But […]
In the background of the diplomatic row between some EU countries and Ankara, Russian media reported that the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin had discussed a purchase of S-400 long-range air missile defence systems for Turkey. Ankara is a NATO ally of the […]
The center-right party GERB (Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria) is the clear winner in the Bulgarian parliamentary election. GERB managed to win 32.63 % of the votes, which enables the party leader Boyko Borissov, a former prime minister, to form his third Cabinet. The Bulgarian Socialist Party […]