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Ce schimbări au loc în Bulgaria?

Ce schimbări au loc în Bulgaria?

Vladimir Mitev (source: Podul Persan al Prieteniei)

Vladimir Mitev discută despre rezultatul alegerilor parlamentare și prezidențiale din noiembrie 2021 în Bulgaria, despre anticorupție, despre nevoia de revitalizare a politicii bulgare și despre influența crizei corona asupra polticii într-un interviu pentru Agenția Iraniană de Ştiri a Muncitorilor

Kamran Baradaran

Pe 14 și 21 noiembrie 2021, în Bulgaria au avut loc alegeri parlamentare și prezidențiale, care au reconfirmat prevalența președintelui Rumen Radev în politica bulgară și au acordat  credit politic nou formatului partid  anticorupție, Continuăm Schimbare, ca să formeze un guvern. În acest context, Agenția Iraniană de Ştiri a Muncitorilor (ILNA) l-a intervievat pe Vladimir Mitev, încercând să afle mai multe despre esența “schimbării” în Bulgaria, despre semnificația politică a anticorupției, despre apatia politică a bulgarilor și despre rolul crizei corona în toate acestea. Interviul a fost publicat pe 8 decembrie 2021 pe site-ul ILNA. 

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Amb. Seyed Mohammad Javad Rasouli: Iran and Bulgaria can strengthen their cooperation in economic affairs, tourism and culture

Amb. Seyed Mohammad Javad Rasouli: Iran and Bulgaria can strengthen their cooperation in economic affairs, tourism and culture

The Iranian religious center of Qom (source: Pixabay, CC0)

The relations between Bulgaria and Iran have always been based on mutual respect and friendship. In the future the two countriies can intensify their cooperation in a number of areas, said the ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran His Excellency Seyed Mohammad Javad Rasouli  in a special interview with the Bulgarian National Radio

Georgi Markov

This interview was broadcast in the show 12 + 3 of the program “Horizon” of the Bulgarian National Radio on 10th November 2020. Georgi Markov interviewed His Excellency – Seyed Mohammad Javad Rasouli, ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Bulgaria, on the occasion of the 123th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Bulgaria and Iran.

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Velina Minkoff: I want to know everything about the Iranian literature and art

Velina Minkoff: I want to know everything about the Iranian literature and art

Mehr News Agency (photo: Mehr News Agency, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikipedia Commons)

The Bulgarian writer, who was recently translated into Persian, says that the whole world can be found in literature

Mohammad Asiabani

This article was published on 10 August 2020 on the site of the Iranian agency “Mehr”. The title is chosen by the blog “The Bridge of Friendship”.

The book “After Communism” is a collection of stories by writers in present-day Bulgaria, recently published in Iran by Helmand Publishing. It was selected and translated by Farid Ghadami. The book includes stories by Alek Popov, Zdravka Evtimova, Velina Minkoff and other authors. Mehr News Agency had an exclusive interview with one of the authors of this book, Velina Minkoff. Velina Minkoff is one of the leading figures in Bulgarian fiction living in Paris, and her latest work has been published in French in Paris: “The Great Leader Came to Visit Us”, which is about her experiences of living in North Korea. She studied English literature at UCLA and European Studies at the University of Amsterdam.

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Velina Minkoff: Vreau să ştiu tot de literatura şi arta iraniană

Velina Minkoff: Vreau să ştiu tot de literatura şi arta iraniană

Logo-ul agenţiei Mehr (foto: Agenţia Mehr News, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikipedia Commons)

Scriitoarea bulgară, care a fost tradusă recent în limba persană, afirmă că întregul univers poate fi găsită în literatură

Mohammad Asiabani

Acest articol a fost publicat pe 10 august 2020 pe site-ul agenţiei iraniene ”Mehr”. Titlul este ales de blogul Podul Prieteniei.

Cartea ”După comunism” este o compilaţie de poveste scurte de la Bulgaria de azi, care a fost editată recent în Iran de către Editura Helmand. Compulatorul şi traducătorul este Farid Ghadami. Cartea conţine poveste de Alek Popov, Zdravka Evtimova, Velina Minkoff şi alţi autori. Agenţia ”Mehr News” a realizat un interviu cu una dintre autoarele din cartea – Velina Minkoff. Ea este scriitoare bulgară de seamă, care locuieşte în Paris. Ultima cartea ei a fost tiparită în limba franceză în Paris. Ea se numeşte ”Marele lider a venit să ne vadă” şi descrie experienţele ei de la Coreea de Nord. Ea a studiat literatura engleză la Universitatea Californiei de la Los Angeles şi studii europene la Universitatea de la Amsterdam.

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Iran and the world: crisis and resistance

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Minaret of a sacred place in Qom (photo: Pixabay, CC0)

After the February 2020 parliamentary elections the political elite in the Islamic Republic homogenised itself, with the reformist current being practically left out of the parliament. The spread of the coronavirus strengthened once again the contradictions between the country’s elite and the people, for whom Iran is part of the world and not only the sponsor of „the axis of resistance” in the Middle East

Vladimir Mitev

This article will be published in the Bulgarian magazine “New Times”

The year 2020 started with fears from world war, which followed the murder of the Iranian general Qassem Soleimani. It continued with the hysteria around the spread of the coronavirus, which stirred the imposition of state of emergency in Bulgaria, Romania and other European countries. Now high-ranking politicians and experts claim in media that we are in a state of war with bacteriological weapon.

Such fears from war and extinction are not something new in the last thirty years, in which Bulgarians have passed through a lot of social cataclysms and crises. But our country was never under the threat of a military conflict with its neighbour or international factor. How would have we felt, if we lived in one of the key countries of the Middle East – Iran, and there was a constant threat haunting us – not only if we belong to the elite of the country, but also if we feel part of the common people? How do the Iranian elite and people see their role in the Middle East, where after 2001 there is an intense rearrangement of forces?

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