4 December 2019 | 18:32 The President: NATO’s Future is not in a Union of Producers and Clients, but of Partners, which should Together Guarantee their Security and Develop and Produce High Technologies and Military Equipment At the summit in London Rumen Radev called for a strengthened transfer of technologies and industrial cooperation with Bulgaria
3 December 2019 | 23:10 President Rumen Radev is Visiting Great Britain to Take Part in the NATO Summit President Rumen Radev and his wife Desislava Radeva attended a reception given by Her Majesty Elizabeth II – Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, in honor of the state and government leaders of the NATO member states and their wives.
4 December 2019 | 11:21 Rumen Radev ahead of the NATO summit in London: the Funds Invested in Defense Capabilities Should Contribute to the Countries’ Own Economic Development and Social Systems The NATO summit should not become a domestic-policy rostrum, but should contribute to strengthening unity and increasing security. However, the problems and existing contradictions should be openly stated and a constructive dialogue should be held, which we expect to happen.
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3 December 2019 | 12:06 Rumen Radev: Protecting the Republic of North Macedonia’s Air Space is Bulgaria’s National Duty and Responsibility The meeting of the state and government leaders of the NATO member states in London provides Bulgaria the opportunity to strengthen its position as a factor of stability in Southeastern Europe and defend its national interest, President Rumen Radev told journalists today before leaving for the NATO summit in London
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28 November 2019 | 16:17 Vice-president Iliana Iotova Discussed the Fight against the Trampling on Human Rights with the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights The talks between Vice-president Iliana Iotova and the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights Dunja Mijatovic, held at 2 Dondukov street, focused on the loss of human rights people have stood up for decades on end. “I am observing a paradox – the more structures defending human rights are established, the more problems they face. We ourselves frequently give up our rights,” Iliana Iotova said.
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27 November 2019 | 15:08 The Head of State: Defending the Rule of Law Should become an Indispensable Part of Institutional Culture At the meeting the ambassadors raised a lot of issues, related to the rule of law in our country, the effect of the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism on the Bulgarian judiciary, the reasons for the demographic crisis in Bulgaria, our country’s participation in the debate on Europe’s future, the increased migratory pressure along the external EU borders, European and regional security
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