28 November 2014 | 17:36 The President Defined the European Commission’s Strategic Investments Plan as Ambitious and Timely The European Commission’s plan for investments and growth worth over 300 billion euros is extremely ambitious and timely. This is what President Rosen Plevneliev said in a joint statement after the meeting he held with Kristalina Georgieva, Vice-president of the European Commission and Budget and Human Resources Commissioner.
19 December 2014 | 14:45 Moroccan Citizens Show an Interest in the Opportunities for Education in Bulgaria Representatives of the Bulgarian community in Morocco and Moroccan citizens who took their university degree in Bulgaria raised issues related to the opportunities for the development of the cultural exchange between the two countries, the legal requirements for acquiring a Bulgarian citizenship, as well as the means to receive education in Bulgaria at a meeting held with Vice-president Margarita Popova.
18 December 2014 | 17:41 Margarita Popova: Migration Policy Should be Brought in Line with the Capacities of Each Country Bulgaria and the Kingdom of Morocco may exchange experience and working practices and pool efforts in the sphere of migration policy, granting asylum and citizenship. This is what Vice-president Margarita Popova said at the meeting she had with Driss El Yazami, chair of the National Human Rights Council.
18 December 2014 | 11:01 Vice-president Popova in Rabat: Bulgaria and Morocco can expand their cooperation in the social and economic sectors, the migration issues and culture Bulgaria and Morocco have cultivated excellent bilateral relations, dating back to more than half a century ago, which are a stable basis for future cooperation in a lot of sectors. This is what Vice-president Margarita Popova said in Rabat at the meeting held with Abdelilah Benkirane, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Morocco.
16 December 2014 | 19:52 President Rosen Plevneliev: the Language of Hatred Should Not be Tolerated The language of hatred is frequently used, yet it should not be tolerated, President Rosen Plevneliev said in the Sofia Synagogue, where he traditionally greets the Jewish community on the occasion of the Festival of Lights. The Head of State lit the main candle of Hanukkah whereby he conveyed the message of peace and understanding, of tolerance and humanism.
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