According to the Prime Minister, the signing of the agreement is an important step and an achievement for the country, as it sends a positive signal to all its European partners. “With European partners like this, I am confident that Bulgaria will make progress. I hope Sofia Airport will remain one of the best in the region. He also reiterated that the conclusion of the agreement means that “our European partners are more than welcome in Bulgaria.” On August 6, 1915, the British launched an offensive against Gallipoli, which discovered the severe shortage of ammunition in Turkey. On 17 August, Turkish War Minister Enver Pasha wrote to German Chief of Staff Erich von Falkenhayn to see if an Austro-German offensive was imminent against Serbia. When the Ottomans said they depended on the intervention of Bulgaria, itself dependent on a Turkish-Bulgarian pact, the Ottomans reached a quick agreement with Bulgaria on 22 August.  They surrendered the Maritsa River and its left bank at a depth of 1.5 kilometres.  This gave Bulgaria control of the railway to the port of the Aegean dedeagach Sea.  It also left Edirne (Adrianople) vulnerable to Bulgarian attacks, but the signing of the agreement depended on the signing of a military agreement between Bulgaria, Austria-Hungary and Germany.  After years of political battle, the Bulgarian government has finally signed a concession contract for Sofia Airport. The venue will be donated for 35 years to the Sof Connect consortium. During the period, responsible companies will invest a total of 608 million euros to improve the offer and make the airport safer, more efficient and more environmentally friendly. The signing of such a pioneering agreement is particularly important, as Bulgaria is banking on economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. The concession and the resulting investments will give new impetus to the country`s economy, which is trying to regain its economic base.
The 2020 edition of The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture focuses on sustainability. This reflects a number of specific considerations. First, 2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fishing. Second, several indicators of the sustainable development goal will mature in 2020. Third, FAO hosted the International Fisheries Sustainability Symposium at the end of 2019 and, fourthly, in 2020, a specific cooperation agreement between the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Bulgaria and the UK Hydrographic Office of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (signed on 27 April 2006) – cooperation agreement between the Government of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Romanian Government on Civil Protection Cooperation in The Period of Peace (1996). . – Technical agreement between the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Ministry of Defence of the French Republic on reciprocal logistical support between the Bulgarian contingent within the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) and the French contingent within the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) (2007).