Boyko Borissov reports to EP on results of Bulgarian Presidency of Council of EU

| updated on 7/3/18 12:32 PM
Председателят на Европейския парламент Антонио Таяни прие министър-председателя Бойко Борисов и министъра по европредседателството Лиляна Павлова.
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Bulgarian Prime Minister Boysko Borisov will inform the MEPs at the European Parliament today about the results of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU on its main priorities: European perspective and connectivity of the Western Balkans, the future of Europe and young people, security and stability in a strong and unified Europe and the digital economy.

In Strasbourg, Borissov held a meeting with President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani, who said that the priorities the Bulgarian Presidency set have made it successful and congratulated the government. "Our successes are yours as well, because if we did not work together, they would never happen," the prime minister said.

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