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The Bulgars, a Central Asian Turkic tribe, merged with the local Slavic inhabitants in the late 7th century to form the first Bulgarian state. In succeeding centuries, Bulgaria struggled with the Byzantine Empire to assert its place in the Balkans, but by the end of the 14th century the country was overrun by the Ottoman Turks. Northern Bulgaria attained autonomy in 1878 and all of Bulgaria became independent from the Ottoman Empire in 1908. Having fought on the losing side in both World Wars, Bulgaria fell within the Soviet sphere of influence and became a People's Republic in 1946. Communist domination ended in 1990, when Bulgaria held its first multiparty election since World War II and began the contentious process of moving toward political democracy and a market economy while combating inflation, unemployment, corruption, and crime. The country joined NATO in 2004 and the EU in 2007.

Bulgaria is a parliamentary republic.

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Regulation No. 3 of 1 August 2008 on the norms for the permissible content of harmful substances in soils.

Regulations
Agosto, 2008
Bulgaria

This Regulation defines the levels (technical provisions) of allowed content of harmful substances in soils; the requirements for sampling and testing of soil samples in order to determine the effective presence/content of harmful substances.The permissible level of harmful substances in soils is determined on the basis of an assessment of the risk to the environment and human health at three levels: precautionary concentrations; maximum permissible concentrations; intervention concentrations (environmental and health risk).The Annex is part of this text (also containing the precautionary s

Regulation on the inventory and surveys of areas with polluted soil, the necessary restorative measures, as well as the maintenance of implemented restoration measures.

Regulations
Febrero, 2007
Bulgaria

This Regulation determines the manner for carrying out the necessary inventory and surveys over the areas (if present on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria) with polluted soil, defining the mandatory restoration measures, including the implementation and maintenance of such restoration measures.These rules will not apply to areas that are covered by programmes for elimination of environmental damage under the terms of other more specific documents (see article 1, paragraph 2).Major purpose of this text is to offer direct provisions aimed to set the inventory and field surveys that sh

Regulation on terms and conditions for the management, assignment of maintenance and restoration activities, assignment of tourist activities, security and control in forests, lands and water areas of the protected territories (state property).

Regulations
Mayo, 2005
Bulgaria

This Regulation determines the conditions for: management, assignment of maintenance and restoration activities; assignment of tourist activities; implementation of forest security and control issues; implementation of management issues as regards the water areas present on the territory of previously designed state owned protected areas (also for national parks, reserves).The management and assignment of activities here listed will be in full accordance with the national strategies, plans and programmes in the field of environment, including the requirements of the international environmen

Regulation No. 26 of 2.10.1996 on reclamation of damaged terrains, improvement of low-productive lands, removal and utilization of the humus layer.

Regulations
Octubre, 1996
Bulgaria

This Regulation offers the rules and provides for procedures aimed at restoration for the purpose of re-cultivation of damaged terrains, also in order to improve the effective soil quality and to control the removal and use of the humus soil layer.The rules here provided are related to the activities such as engineering, melioration, agricultural/farming, forestry and other activities that may have negative impacts on the quality of land and soil.The main purpose of such restoration and soil quality improvement provisions is not only to protect the land and soil from degradation in terms of

Regulation on the application of the Law on the protection of agricultural land.

Regulations
Octubre, 1996
Bulgaria

This Regulation determines the necessary conditions, responsibilities, rights and duties of state and local authorities and sets the obligations of related professional services as regards the implementation of the provisions and effective application of the terms previously set out by the Law on the protection of agricultural land (Official Gazette of the Republic of Bulgaria 35/1996).Concrete actions and rules provided by this Regulation are related to: the consultancy for owners and users of agricultural land; the limits of actions leading to damage to the ecological functions; the prohi