- Temenuzhka Petkova explained what happens with the energy capacities in BulgariaAdministrator • 2020-03-22 05:30:16All energy capacities in Bulgaria operate in normal mode. This is what Minister of Energy Temenuzhka Petkova said on the air of “Darik”.
- Wuhan's ghost town comes back to lifeAdministrator • 2020-03-22 05:30:04The authorities of Wuhan, where the coronavirus pandemic set off, decided to gradually begin the opening of trade vows in the city. This is done with the strict observance of all anti-epidemic measures, ensuring that there will be no clustering of many people in one place.
- Will they extend the vignettes?Administrator • 2020-03-22 04:30:17By limiting the free movement between settlements in connection with COVID-19, the Government of the Republic of Bulgaria should take the necessary steps to extend the validity of the vignette stickers.
- Vasil Velev: Parliament must meet tomorrow and cancel...Administrator • 2020-03-22 02:30:15The National Assembly must meet tomorrow and repeal the provisions in the Consumer Act, which stipulates that prices must be as they have been in the last three months. This means that prices will not go down, said Chairman of the Association of Industrial Capital in Bulgaria (AICB) Vasil Velev on Channel 3.
- An international driver returned from abroad has the right to leave again if his tyre is loadedAdministrator • 2020-03-21 22:30:17Health Minister's order change unclogs haulage
- Chains push president to veto price capAdministrator • 2020-03-21 21:30:17The Association for Modern Trade, which has the largest chains, insists President Rumen Radev to veto the ceiling of prices for goods and services.
- First problems of US shale oil producers have begunAdministrator • 2020-03-21 20:30:07The first wounded in the war for world oil domination began to emerge.
- Here's how to do if you have a mortgage loan and you don't have any money set aside for contributionsAdministrator • 2020-03-21 19:30:18There are many people who have credits, but how many victims are still not able to say, but surely there are already first affected, credit consultant Tihomir Toshev told BNT.