Sofia

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capital and largest city of Bulgaria located in western Bulgaria

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On the tourism fair in Sofia, Bulgaria, Tourism Minister of Egypt Adel El Masry was introduced to Macedonia's travel opportunities and discussed about deepening the cooperation in the travel sector between Egypt and Macedonia.
Luxoft Holding, Inc (NYSE: LXFT) reported that Konstantin Konov has joined the company as managing director for the company's location in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Breedlove, who spoke in Sofia, Bulgaria wouldn't say how many fresh troops and weapons have moved into Ukraine and wouldn't specify how the alliance obtained the information.
Insurance companies in Sofia, Bulgaria are to work extra hours to handle hailstorm claims.
TEHRAN (FNA)- An Iranian parliamentary delegation left Tehran for Sofia, Bulgaria, on Wednesday to hold talks with senior Bulgarian legislators.
This volume contains proceedings of the 14th Annual Conference of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, held at the University of Sofia, Bulgaria, in October of 2011.
The specific subsidiary holds the Evergreen land parcel located in the Dolna Malina district in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Faisalabad-born, Asif had won the global event in Sofia, Bulgaria in 2012.
or Balkan Holidays Airlines, is an airline headquartered in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Susanne Nikoltchev, currently head of the Legal Information Department at the European Audiovisual Observatory, was elected executive director by the observatory's Executive Council, at the annual meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria, on 14 June.
Qatar Airways has launched service to Sofia, Bulgaria.
Hilton Hotels and Resorts, a subsidiary of the Blackstone Group (NYSE: BX) and a US-based hospitality company, has announced that it has completed the renovation of Seasons Restaurant at Hilton Sofia, in Sofia, Bulgaria.
SOFIA, BULGARIA Fed up with salary delays and a lack of health and retirement insurance, Bulgarian Orthodox priests are forming a union under the umbrella of Podkrepa, one of Bulgaria's two national trade union federations.
has opened a pharmacovigilance and medical communications center in Sofia, Bulgaria, to provide a full range of drug safety, medical information and medical writing services.
The services will be uplinked from Neterra's teleport in Sofia, Bulgaria, and include multiplexing, encoding and encryption of the signal.