Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov today said that his country’s population reached 20 million in 2015.
Bulgaria’s population is growing at an annual rate of 7.3%.
In 2015, the country’s total population was 10.3 million, up from 9.5 million in 2014.
In 2015, Bulgaria also surpassed Romania’s population, at 2.2 million.
The number of people aged 65 and above rose from 2.6 million in 2007 to 3.3.5m in 2015, according to the data.
Bulgarian President Boiko Bogdanov, in an interview with the Bulgarian news agency BGNES, said: “Our country’s growth is also the main reason for our success.
But the population is changing.
We are moving towards a very rapid pace.””
We are not in a position where we are just going to take a few hundred years to grow, but we are very much aware that the time is not so long.
We are moving towards a very rapid pace.”
Borisov said that he would like to see Bulgaria increase the number of doctors and nurses to help the population, but the government is working on that.
He also said that the government would set up a foundation to increase the size of kindergartens and children’s institutions.
Bulgatia’s current population is estimated at 17.5million, according the government.
Bulgars living abroad are eligible for the benefit of the country-wide pension scheme, which covers more than 4.8 million pensioners.