Latest news from Bulgaria: "Bulgarian Achievements Shine in European Spotlight: Prime Minister Leads Delegation, Schneider Electric Wins Investor of the Year, Translator Honored in Germany"

Latest news from Bulgaria: "Bulgarian Achievements Shine in European Spotlight: Prime Minister Leads Delegation, Schneider Electric Wins Investor of the Year, Translator Honored in Germany"


Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov Leads Delegation to EPP Congress in Bucharest: Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov leads a delegation to Bucharest for the European People's Party (EPP) Congress on March 6-7. The event launches the EPP's campaign for the European Parliament elections, with high-profile attendees including European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European Parliament President Roberta Metsola. The focus is on re-electing von der Leyen and unveiling the EPP's manifesto. Notably, discussions include demands for Bulgaria and Romania's full Schengen admission.

Schneider Electric Bulgaria EOOD Receives Investor of the Year Award: Schneider Electric Bulgaria EOOD wins the Investor of the Year award at the 18th annual competition hosted by the InvestBulgaria Agency. The award recognizes companies that have made significant advancements through sustainable investments, job creation, and technology implementation. The ceremony, attended by government officials and business representatives, highlights Schneider Electric's contributions to Bulgaria's economic growth.

Bulgarian Translator Lyubomir Iliev Conducts Workshop on Faust Translation in Weimar: Bulgarian translator Lyubomir Iliev conducts a workshop on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Faust in Weimar, Germany, as part of an initiative by the Goethe Society. Iliev's mission is to assist translators from various countries in recreating Faust in their native languages. His translation is published in a new edition, featuring illustrations by Eugene Delacroix and dedicated to Goethe's 275th birth anniversary. CE Report quoting BTA


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