In Sofia, the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and the College of Commissioners met with the leadership of the National Assembly and with the heads of parliamentary committees.
Parliamentary President Tsveta Karayancheva assured the guests that the 44th National Assembly of Bulgaria would be very active in the discussion of the European Union’s future.
According to Karayancheva more than ever united Europe needs security, stability, economic growth, social convergence, a good future for young people, more jobs, competitiveness and a developed digital market.
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Deputy Chairman of ruling GERB party Tsvetan Tsvetanov has hinted that this country should expel Russian diplomats because of latest evidence in the Skripal case, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov was personally made acquainted of the new evidence by..