In a notable shift from previous expectations, GERB leader Boyko Borissov cast doubt on the feasibility of the planned rotation in Bulgaria's government, suggesting that March 6th might not mark the anticipated transition. Speaking at the Bulgarian parliament, Borissov cautioned against premature assumptions regarding the rotation's timeline.
Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov has put forward an expected proposition within Bulgarian politics, suggesting a cabinet shuffle that would see him assuming the role of foreign minister. Denkov's proposal, disclosed during a session addressing citizen and journalist inquiries on Facebook, aims to streamline governance processes while fostering stronger international relations.
Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron, is set to arrive in Bulgaria today for a diplomatic visit, following an invitation extended by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mariya Gabriel.
Scheduled discussions between Cameron and Gabriel will encompass a wide range of topics spanning both bilateral and international issues of mutual concern.
Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov announced today that the Bulgarian government will resign on March 6, bringing clarity to the ongoing political situation. Denkov, speaking to reporters during a visit to the Pumped Storage Hydropower Plant (PSHP) "Belmeken", emphasized that negotiations with Mariya Gabriel regarding the future rotating cabinet are progressing smoothly.