In 2017, commodity exchange between Bulgaria and Russia grew more than 40% exceeding 4.2 billion dollars. This has been made clear during talks of the Bulgarian Deputy Minister of Economy Alexander Manolev with Vladimir Padalko, Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation.
Pharmaceuticals are among the leading groups of goods exported by Bulgaria on the Russian market. There is untapped potential in machine-building and construction materials, as well as in perfumery, cosmetics and wine.
Priority will be given to boosting cooperation at the regional level and to the expansion of direct contacts between small and medium sized enterprises from the two countries.
Bulgaria’s Energy and Water Regulatory Commission and Turkey’s Energy Market Regulatory Authority (EMRA) signed an agreement for bilateral cooperation. The new agreement is expected to boost the development of the energy sector and the economic growth..
There is a high presence of women in the fields of information and communication technologies and the media in Bulgaria and this country tops the EU ranking together with Sweden, the European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Mariya Gabriel..
On June 19 and 20 Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev pays an official visit to Slovakia to mark the 25 th anniversary since the start of the Bulgaria-Slovakia diplomatic relations. President Radev will meet in Bratislava his Slovak counterpart Andrej..