Deputy PM and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva met in Brussels with Hungary’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó. The two officials have discussed bilateral relations, options for furtherance of cooperation in energy and economy, as well as the prospects of the Western Balkans, the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry has said. Zaharievaand Szijjártó have stated that work on regional energy projects should speed up to allow diversification not only of routes but also of supply sources. The European Commission has already supported Bulgaria’s initiative for the “Balkan” gas hub aimed to contribute into building a competitive and liberalized gas market. Deputy PM Zaharieva has presented plans for creating interconnectors and terminals for liquefied gas in the region.
“ Bulgaria must change its approach when reacting to natural disasters and crises. We need a national coordination center which should provide real-time information in cases when the population is in danger ”, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said..
Starting today everybody who is aware of a beautiful and little known place in Bulgaria and believes that it should be seen by more people is free to share it. As part of the project Share Bulgaria http://sharebulgaria.net/ , Interactive..
Negotiations have no alternative in resolving problems between Belgrade and Pristina , the Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva has said following talks in Sofia with Kosovo’s Foreign Minister Behgjet..