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October 22 (BTA) - The Director General of the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) Andon Baltakov requested Wednesday that the Council for Electronic Media (CEM) terminate the contract with which he took over BNR management, as of November 1, the BNR said on its Horizont radio programme. "I am extremely disappointed by the lack of managerial will for changes in Bulgarian legislation that would guarantee that the BNR will remain independent and completely free from political interference," Baltakov told BNR. Baltakov explained that in a report by Culture Minister Boil Banov which proposes draft amendments to the Radio and Television Act, the BNR-approved text was replaced, which Baltakov describes as "absolutely arrogant and brazen manipulation"
October 22 (BTA) - A total of 1,472 COVID-19 infections were confirmed in past 24 hours through 8,738 PCR tests, according to data posted on on Thursday. This puts the share of positive test results at 16.8 per cent. Out of a total of 33,335 confirmed cases of coronavirus, 14,689 are active. In the past 24 hours, 29 people have died, bringing the total number of fatalities to 1,048. The highest number of infections are in Sofia-city (483) and in Plovdiv (147). There are 1,727 total COVID-19 cases among medical staff. A total of 1,732 patients are hospitalized, 107 of which are in intensive care units. Recoveries in the last 24 hours number 184, bringing the total to 17,598. A new order from the Health Minister that requir.
October 21 (BTA) - US Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs R. Clarke Cooper Wednesday visited the Graf Ignatievo Air Base as part of a VIP Guest Day held there, the Bulgarian Defence Ministry said in a press release. The US official is quoted as saying that Bulgaria and the United States are building very strong bilateral relations, in the interest of the entire NATO. Cooper is also quoted as saying that there are strategic investments going beyond the short-term projects. The guest observed the joint air policing mission operating out of Graf Ignatievo Air Base. Other guests at the base were US Ambassador in Bulgaria Herro Mustafa, Gen. Jeffrey L. Harrigian, Commander of the U.S. Air Forces in Europe, Bulgarian Deput.
October 21 (BTA) - President Rumen Radev has tested negative for COVID-19, his press secretariat said Wednesday. He was tested Tuesday upon returning from Estonia, where he led a Bulgarian delegation to a virtual summit of the Three Seas Initiative, hosted by the Estonian President. The President's press secretariat specified that this is Radev's second negative test result for coronavirus on two consecutive days (he was tested at the start of his official visit to Estonia on Monday) and his third since October 13, the day before his visit to Greece. On Tuesday, the President's press secretariat reported that Radev cut short his visit to Estonia due to "the complicated coronavirus situation" and "the impossibility to carry out all the eleme.
October 20 (BTA) - The strategic partnership between. Bulgaria and the US and the advancement of cooperation in areas. of mutual interest topped the agenda of talks between Deputy. Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva and. visiting US Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military. Affairs R. Clarke Cooper, the Foreign Ministry said here on. Tuesday.
October 20 (BTA) - Education Minister Krassimir Valchev on Tuesday said that no full closure of schools is envisaged and only single classes will be quarantined. He was approached by journalists about measures to be taken in response to the growing number of COVID-19 infections in the country. When threshold values are reached in red-coded areas measures will be enforced locally. This may mean a quarantine for several classes or a whole school. The Education Ministry is monitoring the situation across the country, said Valchev. Several regions are on the verge of turing red, but more restrictive measures won't be enforced and the existing ones are in place. Since the start of the school year, 289 teachers and 286 pupils at schools and kinde.
October 20 (BTA) - Half of the Bulgarian industrial companies that participated in a study by the Professional Association of Robotics and Automation (PARA) said that the pandemic has negatively affected their plans for investment in automation. About 41 per cent answered that they will delay such endeavours, and 9 per cent will postpone them. Half of the car companies fall under these figures, according to the authors of the study. For 38 per cent of companies the pandemic has not had a negative impact, on the contrary - 19 per cent of them say that it has accelerated automation processes. These include representatives of the chemical industry, smart home sensors, manufacturers of microelectronics. The data are from a PARA study of the aut.
October 20 (BTA) - The European Commission said Tuesday it has written again to Bulgaria to highlight its concerns regarding its investor citizenship scheme and requesting further details. The Bulgarian Government has one month to reply to the letter requesting further information, following which the Commission will decide on the next steps. The Commission said it is launching infringement procedures against Cyprus and Malta for "selling" EU citizenship via the so called "golden passport" schemes. The Commission considers that the granting by these Member States of their nationality - and thereby EU citizenship - in exchange for a pre-determined payment or investment and without a genuine link with the Member States concerned, is incompati.
October 20 - President Rumen Radev cut short a visit to Estonia on Tuesday due to the worsening of the coronavirus situation, Radev's press secretariat said. Radev and his Estonian counterpart Kersti Kaljulaidat spoke over the phone on Tuesday and decided to postpone the visit on account of the impossibility to carry out all elements planned in the programme of the visit. Radev arrived on an official visit to Estonia Monday for participation in a virtual summit of the Three Seas Initiative, hosted by the Estonian President.
Budapest, October 19 (BTA) - During an official visit to Budapest -. her first bilateral visit to that country, Bulgarian Deputy. Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva on. Monday discussed with her Hungarian counterpart Peter Szijjarto. a wide range of issues on the bilateral and European agenda,. including energy, migration, and the European integration of the. Western Balkans, Zaharieva's Ministry said in a press release. The visit is tied in with marking the centenary of bilateral. diplomatic relations.
October 19 (BTA Special Correspondent Asen Boyadjiev) - Bulgarian President Rumen Radev Monday arrived on an official visit to Estonia for participation in the Three Seas Initiative Virtual Summit, hosted by President Kersti Kaljulaidat. Approached by journalists, the Bulgarian head of State said he plans to propose new priorities for the Initiative which would benefit from the inclusion of educational and scientific connectivity as a priority. During the forum, Radev will take over from Estonia as the hosting leader of the Initiative. In his words, the Three Seas Initiative involves countries with similar historical heritage and with similar problems to be faced in the future, and it is only normal and logical to invest together in this fu.
October 19 (BTA) - After two consecutive months of falling public support in the main ruling party GERB and increase in the approval of the extra-parliamentary opposition, October saw stabilization of the levels from September, while GERB and the main opposition party in Parliament, the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) remain tied-in, according to a Trend poll. The poll was commissioned by the 24 Chassa newspaper and was conducted between October 3 and 10 in face-to-face interviews among 1,008 adult Bulgarians. The results show that five parties would surely make it to Parliament if elections were held now - GERB (24.1 per cent), BSP (23.6 per cent), TV talk show anchor Slavi Trifonov's party (15.9 per cent), the Movement for Rights and Free.

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