PM Borissov: Bulgaria Has Not Given up on Schengen

,,Bulgaria has not given up trying to be a Schengen member, but is pushing for more European support.'' This was stated by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov in connection with his speech a few days ago in Berlin. He explained that Bulgaria complies with all technical and legal requirements and that it perfectly protects Europe's external borders.

PM Borisov: The Unification of Bulgaria is a Great and Deserved Victory

Prime Minister Boyko Borisov congratulated all Bulgarians on the occasion of one of the most memorable dates in Bulgarian history - the Unification of Bulgaria.

"I congratulate all Bulgarians at today's great holiday! The union of the Principality of Bulgaria with Eastern Rumelia is a great and just victory for us, "the Prime Minister wrote on his official Facebook profile.

Informal meeting between Mitsotakis, Borissov canceled

An informal meeting between Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and his Bulgarian counterpart Boyko Borissov, originally scheduled for Wednesday evening in Athens, has been canceled, state-run Athens-Macedonia news agency reports.
The Bulgarian premier is on a private visit to Athens, the report said.

Bulgaria with a New Position about Schengen

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov was the guest of honour at the forum of the ruling Christian Social Union in Germany. From there came support for Bulgaria in the investment race of Volkswagen. The meeting with the Christian Social Union had great symbolic power. It should reach potential investors like the automotive concern, said Bundestag leader Alexander Dobrindt.

A Gas Pipeline Contract From Turkey Through Bulgaria to Serbia is Expected to be Signed on September 5

Boyko Borissov speaks in Varna in front of the participants at the 12th Summer University of GERB Youth Structure.

Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said on Sunday that a gas pipeline contract from Turkey through Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary and Austria is expected to be signed on September 5th.

The New EC Chief Praised Bulgaria and Thanked for Its Support

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has welcomed the newly elected European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen in Sofia. The visit is part of von der Leyen's consultations with EU Member States' leaders before presenting the full list of members of the new Commission to the EP, BNR reported