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Rumen Radev: Joint projects of Central and Eastern European countries will make EU stronger

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More investments and more joint projects in the fields of infrastructure, power engineering and the digital sphere in the region of the Black Sea, the Adriatic Sea and the Baltic Sea will bring more added value for the people in Central and Eastern Europe and make the whole EU more competitive, Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev said in Warsaw. President Radev took part at the Three Seas initiative summit in Poland. Within the frameworks of the initiative Presidents of twelve countries from Central and Eastern Europe discussed opportunities for boosting cooperation in key sectors such as power engineering, digital economy, security, transport, infrastructure, environment, agriculture and tourism. President Radev thanked US President Donald Trump for attending the Three Seas initiative and for his support towards the development of that region. The Bulgarian head of state Radev will also participate at the Global Forum organized by the Atlantic Council.


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