Mariya Gabriel

PM Orban: Within EPP Congress, we endorse Tusk's candidacy as President and MEP Muresan as Vice-President

Chairman of the National Liberal Party (PNL) and Prime Minister Ludovic Orban has stated on Monday that the Liberals endorse, within the European People's Party (EPP) Congress, Donald Tusk as President and Siegfired Muresan as Vice -President. "We endorse a candidate to the EPP Vice-President office, namely Siegfried Muresan, we endorse the candidacy of Donald Tusk as EPP President.

Mariya Gabriel Has Been Named as one of the 50 Most Influential Women in Europe for 2019 in the Field of Cybersecurity

The leading European cybersecurity magazine SC Media UK named the Bulgarian Commissioner for the Digital Economy and Society Mariya Gabriel as one of the 50 most influential women in Europe for 2019 in the field of cybersecurity.

Mariya Gabriel Will Participate in the Digital Knowledge and Skills Day in Haskovo

Mariya Gabriel, Bulgarian Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society, will visit Haskovo on November 11 to participate in the Digital Knowledge and Skills Day under the motto "Programming and Creating Together". This was announced by the Press and Media Department of the EC Delegation to Bulgaria.

The event will start at 11:00 am in the Zarya Community Center.

Mariya Gabriel Met with Bill Gates

"Thank you Bill Gates for the excellent discussion on how we can collaborate better & w/ increased budget on common R&I priorities", Mariya Gabriel wrote in a tweet.

The two have met in the European Commission and discussed how cooperation on common research and development priorities for global health and clean energy  could be deepened.

Strong Presentation and Positive Feedback About Maria Gabriel After the EP Hearing

Mariya Gabriel has received the unanimous approval of the committees of culture, education and industry, research and energy in the European Parliament. Last night, the Bulgarian  was heard as her candidate for EU Commissioner for Innovation and Youth.

For more details, see the direct involvement of BNT's Brussels correspondent Dessislava Apostolova.

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