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IdentifierDateEmbassyClassificationSubjectRedacted
86SOFIA33821986-08-11 11:49:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALROUND-UP OF BULGARIAN TURKSYes
95SOFIA5281995-01-23 16:29:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALIT COULD HAVE BEEN WORSE: BULGARIA'S SOCIALIST PARTY CABINET INCLUDES SOME MODERATESYes
97SOFIA11051997-02-19 14:01:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALBULGARIA'S UNION OF DEMOCRATIC FORCES UNITES AS A "PARTY," PLANS PARLIAMENTARY PRIMARIESYes
97SOFIA30971997-05-08 14:44:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALBULGARIA: BUILDING C0NSENSUS AND F0RMING A G0VERNMENTYes
01SOFIA30332001-06-18 09:26:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIEDBULGARIAN ELECTIONS: PRELIMINARY RESULTSYes
03SOFIA882003-01-10 15:18:00Embassy SofiaSECRETSQUARING THE LAWYERS' CIRCLE: LEADING FIGURES IN BULGARIA'S RULING PARTY COME UNDER ATTACKYes
04SOFIA23382004-12-09 10:33:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIEDBULGARIAN COURT RULING ENDS MUSLIM LEADERSHIP DISPUTE...FOR THE TIME BEINGYes
05SOFIA172005-01-04 14:11:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIEDBULGARIA'S BIOSAFETY LEGISLATION: CARTAGENA PROTOCOLNo
05SOFIA272005-01-05 15:31:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALBULGARIA PUSHES FOR MILITARY SALES TO IRAQNo
05SOFIA722005-01-11 11:04:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYNAMES, TITLES AND CONTACT INFORMATION FOR BULGARIA'S LEADING GOVERNMENT AND POLITICAL FIGURESNo
05SOFIA742005-01-11 12:38:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALBULGARIAN PRESIDENT PURVANOV REQUESTS MEETING WITH PRESIDENT BUSH IN FIRST HALF OF 2005No
05SOFIA912005-01-14 04:44:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIEDBULGARIA: U.S. MARKET ACCESS PRIORITIESNo
05SOFIA1242005-01-20 15:42:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALDEFENSE MINISTER PLEADS FOR DEMONSTRATION OF U.S. SUPPORT ON IRAQNo
05SOFIA1372005-01-21 16:34:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALO/I DAVIES Q KUNEVA TALKING POINTSNo
05SOFIA1392005-01-21 16:37:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYBULGARIA/IRAQ: PRESIDENT CALLS FOR A "QUICK BUT NOT PREMATURE" WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPSNo
05SOFIA1872005-01-31 15:53:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALBULGARIAN DEFENSE MINISTER SIGNS SUSPECT EUROCOPTER DEAL DESPITE EMBASSY PROTESTNo
05SOFIA1962005-02-01 12:47:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIEDFY-05 TV CO-OP PROPOSALS FROM SOFIANo
05SOFIA2172005-02-03 17:59:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALBULGARIAN GOVERNMENT IN SHOCK AS UNITED OPPOSITION TABLES NO-CONFIDENCE MOTIONNo
05SOFIA2282005-02-04 15:59:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALBULGARIAN PARLIAMENT FIRES SPEAKER: DEATH KNELL FOR GOVERNMENT OR SACRIFICIAL LAMB?No
05SOFIA2422005-02-07 15:31:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYBULGARIA RULING PARTY SEALS DEAL TO AVERT POLITICAL CRISISNo
05SOFIA2672005-02-10 12:35:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYFOUR MORE BULGARIAN TROOPS TO JOIN NATO TRAINING MISSION IN IRAQNo
05SOFIA2832005-02-11 12:55:00Embassy SofiaSECRET//NOFORNBULGARIAN DEFENSE EQUIPMENT SALES TO IRAQ AND AFGHANISTANNo
05SOFIA2882005-02-11 16:59:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYBULGARIAN PM SURVIVES NO CONFIDENCE VOTE: STRONGER HAND FOR REST OF TERMNo
05SOFIA3022005-02-15 14:20:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALBULGARIA: STAYING COMMITTED IN IRAQ IN 2005No
05SOFIA3332005-02-21 16:42:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYBULGARIAN PRIME MINISTER RESHUFFLES CABINET ON EVE OF NATO SUMMITNo
05SOFIA3452005-02-23 14:24:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY2005 SPECIAL 301 REVIEW - BULGARIANo
05SOFIA3572005-02-25 15:35:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYBULGARIA FORMALLY CONFIRMS FIVE TROOPS WILL JOIN NATO TRAINING MISSION IN IRAQNo
05SOFIA352005-02-25 15:36:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALPRESIDENT REQUEST CLOSER CONSULTATION ON IRAQ, SUPPORT FOR IMPRISONED MEDICS IN LIBYANo
05SOFIA3582005-02-25 15:36:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALPRESIDENT REQUEST CLOSER CONSULTATION ON IRAQ, SUPPORT FOR IMPRISONED MEDICS IN LIBYANo
05SOFIA3822005-03-01 09:47:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYBULGARIA TO SEND 30 MORE TROOPS TO ISAF AFGHANISTANNo
05SOFIA4222005-03-04 14:18:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIEDBULGARIA: FOLLOW-UP LETTER REQUESTING DUELFER REPORT INFORMATIONNo
05SOFIA4232005-03-04 14:21:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIEDBULGARIAN PARLIAMENT RATIFIES ANGLO-AMERICAN SCHOOL AGREEMENTNo
05SOFIA4362005-03-07 13:13:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALBULGARIAN LEADERS ASSERT SOLDIER KILLED BY U.S. FRIENDLY FIRENo
05SOFIA5082005-03-17 04:33:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYBULGARIA LOOKING TO SELL ELECTRICITY TO IRAQNo
05SOFIA5242005-03-18 13:55:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALBULGARIA/IRAQ: POLITICS FORCING MOVE TOWARD EXIT STRATEGYNo
05SOFIA5482005-03-22 15:01:00Embassy SofiaSECRETSCENESETTER FOR VISIT TO WASHINGTON OF BULGARIAN FOREIGN MINISTER SOLOMON PASSYNo
05SOFIA5572005-03-24 10:48:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALSCENESETTER FOR THE DEPUTY SECRETARY'S MEETINGS WITH BULGARIAN PRESIDENT, PRIME MINISTER AND FOREIGN MINISTERNo
05SOFIA6042005-03-31 13:14:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALBULGARIAN COUNCIL OF MINISTERS CONSIDERS DECISION TO LEAVE IRAQ AT THE END OF 2005No
05SOFIA6162005-04-01 13:33:00Embassy SofiaCONFIDENTIALBULGARIA: GOVERNMENT SENDS IRAQ EXIT STRATEGY TO PARLIAMENTNo
05SOFIA6232005-04-04 10:31:00Embassy SofiaUNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYBULGARIA: SOCIALISTS RETAIN STRONG LEAD FOR JUNE ELECTION, BUT PM'S PARTY GAINING SLOWLYNo

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