Great Britain is a strategic partner of Bulgaria and its ally in the framework of NATO, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has said during talks with the British Ambassador to Bulgaria Emma Hopkins.
This country appreciates very much London’s support for implementation of key reforms in justice and in combating corruption and organized crime in Bulgaria, Radev has also said.
The president has voiced confidence that after the United Kingdom exits the European Union, Sofia and London will continue effective cooperation in areas of common interest:, notably, defense, migration, fighting terrorism, reform of justice, economy and investments.
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