The headlines for the day until 13.00,
on September 27
The name of Jan Marsalek, one of the people accused of Germany's biggest financial fraud, has also crept in. It is said that he was the liaison with the Russian services. He himself is not a defendant in this case, and he will not be.
According to the indictment, 45-year-old Orlin Rusev led the entire operation.
Yesterday, more details became clear about the two least known in the case. One is 31-year-old Stoyan Ivanov, who was a mixed martial arts competitor in the past. The second name is Vanya Gaberova, who ran a beauty salon in west London.
Details about Bulgarians accused of espionage on the island
Instead of deploying the army in total in one area on the front line from where a concerted offensive could begin, its units were redeployed to strengthen other poorly protected areas. Intelligence also reported that the 67th Motorized Rifle Division and the 164th Motorized Rifle Brigade were fighting at the front in a sector west of Severodonetsk and Kremina, along the border between the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
Given that units of the 25th Army are being sent to reinforce sections along the long front line, the Department of Defense concludes that it is not likely to launch a new offensive in the short term, in a few weeks.
London: Moscow's new offensive in Ukraine is unlikely
The debates began with procedural tricks. "Vazrazhdane" asked the Minister of Defense Todor Tagarev to come to the hall.
The Speaker of Parliament explained that the proposal was not submitted by the Council of Ministers and the Minister is not obliged to attend. "He can come of his own free will," Jeliazkov added.
Immediately afterwards, the BSP asked for a break on behalf of a parliamentary group. After that, Vazrazhdane asked the air defense and Air Force chiefs to come to the hall, again requiring a break.
Procedural tricks and bitter dispute in the National Assembly over S-300 missiles, deputies closed their session
Signal to Borislav Sarafov for inspection and establishment of the ownership of the church "St. Nikolay Mirlikiyski" was submitted by MPs Boyko Borisov, Kiril Petkov, Delyan Peevski and Ivaylo Mirchev, the press center of the National Assembly announced.
Borisov, Petkov, Peevski and Mirchev with a signal to the Prosecutor General for the Russian Church
21 million Paper ballots will be produced for the elections for mayors and municipal councilors on October 29.
A total of 3606,265 types of ballots will be produced for the upcoming local elections. 35 types will be ballots for municipal councilors and just as many for mayors of a municipality, 3041 types will be ballots for a mayor of a district, and for mayors of mayoralties - <>.
See the numbers of parties and coalitions on the ballots for the local elections
Vasil Bozhkov has paid his obligations to the state, the National Revenue Agency announced in response to a request from BTA. The clarification comes a day after the Sega newspaper reported that the NRA had lifted distraints for nearly 50m euros. from the businessman's companies.
NRA: Bozhkov has paid his obligations to the state
Bulgarian tourists were not allowed into Turkey, despite relaxed entry rules.
A judge in New York has ruled that Donald Trump committed fraud for years while building the real estate empire that propelled him to fame and the White House.
Judge Arthur Engoron, who ruled on a civil lawsuit filed by New York Attorney General Leticia James, found that the former president and his company had defrauded banks, insurers and other institutions by significantly overestimating the company's assets and exaggerating Trump's net worth in documents used in making deals and securing funding.
Donald Trump committed fraud for years while creating his real estate empire
At the same time, the strike of the acting union SAG-AFTRA continues, which represents the interests of about 160,000 actors. Both Hollywood strikes are lengthy and costly, with an economic impact of more than $5 billion.
Hollywood writers end their strike