Bulgaria is poised for a change in its government composition as Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov announced that the complete cabinet, featuring the names of all ministers, will be unveiled on March 6. This revelation comes as the current government prepares to resign, setting the stage for a parliamentary vote on the new cabinet.
Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, Mariya Gabriel, announced Estonia's support for Bulgaria's bid to join the eurozone during a news conference on Friday. The declaration followed a meeting with Estonian counterpart Margus Tsahkna, who is on an official visit to Bulgaria at Gabriel's invitation.
Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister, Mariya Gabriel, is set to meet with Estonia's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Margus Tsahkna, during the latter's official visit to Bulgaria. The discussions will revolve around Estonia's support for Bulgaria's aspirations to join both the Schengen Area and the Eurozone.
Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister Mariya Gabriel has announced significant progress in Bulgaria's bid to join the Schengen Area during her discussions with Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo. Gabriel emphasized the backing received from the Belgian Presidency of the EU, ensuring that the Schengen issue remains a top priority.
In a statement made at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov emphasized that the current Bulgarian Cabinet must resign by March 6 at the latest. The move is a crucial step to facilitate the government rotation, with Deputy Prime Minister Mariya Gabriel set to assume office promptly.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov engaged in vital discussions with Ukraine's First Deputy Prime Minister Yulia Svyrydenko on January 16, focusing on the strategic coordination of sunflower seed import and transit. The meeting, held on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, resulted in the reaffirmation of a licensing regime established in the autumn of 2023.
The countdown is under way to unveil the 2024 class of the European Young Leaders (EYL40). Motivated by the urgent need to tackle the increasing disconnect between citizens and policymakers, and to rebuild the trust that is vital to democracies, Friends of Europe launched the EYL40 leadership programme in 2012. The EYL40 Class of 2024 will be unveiled on 22 January.