Now Owain, you know thats not strictly true, this is Bulgaria we are talking about
Maybe I was just lucky with my Pharmacist
Of course,money talks here
But it does depend where you are, some will & some wont. The Pharmacies here in Blagoevgrad are quite strict, some of the ones who weren't have been closed down
Recently Pharmacies have had to register all Tranquillizers bought and sold so it's not so easy for them to sell without prescription, as neilmay points out, there has been a lot more regulation for Pharmacists in the last couple of Years.
Really the only way to find out is to ask your pharmacist . Or, go to your Doctor and explain you want to continue taking the drugs you were prescribed before.
You never know they may offer you a better alternative and I find they're far more likely to talk and spend time with you than a UK doctor.
It's none of my business but it would be far more beneficial to talk with a doctor while taking anti-depressants anyway.