During talks with the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said that the EU should emerge even stronger after the end of the Bulgarian Presidency. Radev vowed that Bulgarian institutions would work hard and united for the accomplishment of this goal.
The EC president confirmed his support for the efforts of Bulgaria to strengthen the European integration perspective of the Western Balkan countries.
Rumen Radev and Jean-Claud Juncker discussed steps for building common European defense taken over the past year. The Bulgarian president voiced the readiness of the country to take part in future projects in the defense industry, science and in the development of joint capabilities between the Member States in defense.
It is 30 years today since the historic visit to Bulgaria by French President Francois Mitterrand which gave an impetus to the democratic processes in the country. During his visit in January 1989, President Mitterrand invited 12..
Forty-three people have been detained in Sofia and six other towns in an operation by the specialized prosecutor’s office, the State Agency for National Security and the General Directorate for Combatting Organized Crime. The..
Bulgaria’s balance of trade until November 2018 is negative, and stands at 167.2 million euro, with a deficit of 119.5 million euro for November 2017, the Bulgarian National Bank says. In the January-November 2018 period, the trade..