Soviet soldier monument in Bulgaria daubed in antisemitic graffiti

The Alyosha monument in Bulgaria’s second city of Plovdiv has been daubed with numerous antisemitic, anti-Russian and anti-communist messages.

Bulgarian president slams Russian claim that Soviets rescued country’s Jews from the Holocaust

The claim that it was the Soviet army that rescued Bulgarian Jews from deportation to the Holocaust is either deep ignorance of history or an attempt at provocation, Bulgarian President Roumen Radev said on Saturday.

Bulgaria appoints national coordinator for fight against antisemitism

Bulgaria’s Cabinet has adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) definition of...

Bulgarian Jews campaign for ban on 2018 Lukov march

The Shalom Organisation of the Jews in Bulgaria, the country’s EJC affiliate,...

Bulgarian Jewish community leaders meet GERB leadership in Varna

On September 2, the President of the Organization of the Jews in...

Bulgarian Jewish leaders meet Sofia mayor

Representatives of the two most important Jewish organisations in Bulgaria, Shalom, the...

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