Mariya Gabriel

Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister Champions Schengen, Eurozone, and OECD Integration

During the presentation of European Presidency priorities, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mariya Gabriel underscored Bulgaria's position in essential global institutions. Stressing Bulgaria's rightful place in Schengen, the Eurozone, and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Gabriel highlighted their significance during the event.

Bulgaria: Key Conditions Set for Ministers' Shuffling During Upcoming Cabinet Rotation

Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov disclosed that any ministerial changes during the impending cabinet rotation in March would only occur upon mutual agreement between himself and Mariya Gabriel, the current Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs.

GERB Leader Borissov Supports Gabriel's Prime Ministerial Transition

GERB leader Boyko Borissov addressed the impending prime ministerial rotation, considering it a procedural transition, emphasizing the need for continuity during Mariya Gabriel's tenure. Borissov highlighted the incongruity of Gabriel accepting the mandate only to relinquish it shortly after.

Bulgaria's Political Vision: Lena Borislavova Discusses Cabinet Shifts, Schengen Clarity, and Regulatory Reforms

Lena Borislavova, a prominent figure within the "We Continue the Change - Democratic Bulgaria" (WCC-DB) coalition, shared significant perspectives and plans regarding Bulgaria's political landscape in a recent interview with the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR).

Bulgarian Premier Denkov Leads High-Level Talks in Athens on Strategic Cooperation

Bulgarian Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov is currently conducting a significant working visit to Greece, aiming to bolster strategic ties between the two nations. Denkov's agenda includes crucial discussions and a working lunch with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

Deputy PM Thanks Spanish Presidency as Bulgaria, Romania Set to Join Schengen

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mariya Gabriel extended gratitude to the Spanish Presidency of the EU Council for their collaborative efforts facilitating Bulgaria's Schengen accession. With Belgium gearing up to assume the EU Presidency, Gabriel welcomed and highlighted the six key priorities laid out by the incoming leadership.

Mariya Gabriel: Bulgaria's Schengen Step Signals European Integration Success

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister, Mariya Gabriel, expressed gratitude to the collective efforts that propelled Bulgaria into the Schengen agreement for air and sea borders. Highlighting Bulgaria's pivotal role in safeguarding the European Union's external boundaries, Gabriel emphasized the country's robust border control system, reinforcing EU security.

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