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Foreign Minister remains in office until dismissed by the president

Stefan Dimitrov
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Caretaker Minister of Foreign Affairs Stefan Dimitrov stated that he remains in office until there is a presidential decree for his release. We recall that his replacement was requested by the caretaker PM Dimitar Glavchev a week after taking office.

At a meeting today with President Rumen Radev, Glavchev presented the reasons for the changes requested by him, but it was not clear whether Radev would sign the decrees for them. Stefan Dimitrov told journalists that his communication with the prime minister has improved. "The way this dialogue will proceed will shape my decision regarding the tasks and responsibilities that I have taken on at the moment, guided only by the idea of helping in two main things. The first is to hold fair elections abroad, to ensure the conditions for this, and ensuring the normal functioning of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs," Dimitrov said.

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