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Bulgaria and Greece open new gas pipeline to cut reliance on Russia
The 182-kilometre pipeline from Azerbaijan will connect to the two neighbouring EU countries and reduce dependency on Russian gas.
Republic of North Macedonia
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Demonstrators are angry with a proposed "compromise solution" that would allow North Macedonia to begin EU membership talks.
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Bulgarian Prime Minister Petkov resigns after losing confidence vote
Petkov will remain a PM candidate and has now been tasked with trying to form a new government.
Bulgaria's political turmoil could sink a deal to solve EU veto row
A deal looked in reach but it was suddenly thrown into doubt by Bulgaria's government losing a confidence vote in parliament.
Bulgaria faces more turmoil as government loses confidence vote
Bulgaria could face its fourth election in just over a year after Prime Minister Kiril Petkov's centrist government lost Wednesday's motion by 123 to 116 votes.
Bulgaria's political turmoil deepens as two key ministers quit
Bulgaria's foreign and energy ministers resigned on Monday, deepening the country's political turmoil.
Republic of North Macedonia
Bulgaria resists Scholz call for EU-North Macedonia accession talks
Visiting Skopje, the German chancellor called for the EU to start membership talks, but seemed to achieve little progress in Sofia which reiterated its objections.
Bulgaria hunts for mystery pilot who flew across several countries
The country's defence forces were put on high alert after an unauthorised aircraft entered Bulgarian airspace.
'Scandalous': Russia slams Serbia's neighbours as Lavrov visit blocked
Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Montenegro closed their airspace, preventing Russia's foreign minister from visiting Serbia.
Two men arrested in Norway and Bulgaria for supporting Al-Qaeda
One of the suspects reportedly "encouraged" terror attacks across Europe and maintained close online links with other radicalised individuals.
Pollution kills millions more people a year than COVID has, data shows
Toxic air, soil and water is causing around 9 million deaths a year, while modern pollutants from fossil fuels are "skyrocketing".
LGBT+ couple's stateless baby 'should be given birth certificate'
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Bulgaria approves plan to support companies from high energy prices
Bulgaria had relied on Russia for 90% of its natural gas before Gazprom cut supplies in April.
How will Bulgaria cope without Russian gas?
Bulgaria received the vast majority of its gas supply from Russia and is now turning to Greece. Will it be enough?
Poland and Bulgaria could manage without Russia gas but not for long
Gazprom's decision to switch off the taps won't hit consumers just yet but industries in Poland and Bulgaria are likely to be hit.
EU blasts 'blackmail' as Russia cuts gas tap to Poland and Bulgaria
Ursula von der Leyen called Gazprom's decision "yet another attempt by Russia to use gas as an instrument of blackmail" while Charles Michel said it was an "aggressive unilateral move by Russia'.
Russia's Gazprom suspends supplies to Poland and Bulgaria
State-owned Gazprom is insisting that all payments are made in Russian rubles.
EU approves Bulgaria’s post-pandemic recovery fund plan
Bulgaria is one of the last EU countries to have its proposals accepted by Brussels.
Bulgarian MEP fined for perceived Nazi salute in European Parliament
President Roberta Metsola said his gesture had "damaged the dignity and reputation" of the Parliament.
Bulgaria MPs vote to abolish 'golden passport' scheme
The EU has called on member states to scrap the schemes following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Bulgaria refuses military aid for Ukraine amid US defence talks
US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin met Bulgarian PM Kiril Petkov over the Ukraine war but Sofia ruled out military aid.
Bulgaria's former PM Boyko Borissov released from detention
The former prime minister was freed after prosecutors failed to come up with enough evidence to press charges. His lawyer said the arrest came as part of an inquiry into alleged extortion.
EU member states expel 20 total Russian diplomats amid Ukraine war
Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania announced the expulsions on Friday.
Bulgaria's former PM Boyko Borissov arrested
He was detained in Sofia late on Thursday.
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