Bulgaria committed to work for raising EU citizens security

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Bulgarian Minister of Interior Valentin Radev has discussed with EU Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management, Christos Stylianides the proposal for amendments to the Civil Protection Mechanism of the Union. 

Prevention and the collective capabilities for crisis response of the EU and of Member States have been accentuated. Minister Radev has pointed out that this country has repeatedly proved its efficiency as a full member of the Mechanism providing aid to many countries. 

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