Boyko Borisov

PM Borissov: It Would Be a Historic Mistake if North Macedonia and Albania Aren't Allowed to Enter EU Accession Negotiations

It is very important for the Balkans, the region and our relations with North Macedonia and Albania that these countries are given EU Membership perspective. It would be a historic mistake if they were not allowed to enter EU accession negotiations today. This was what Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said before the start of today's meeting of the European Council in Brussels.

EU Leaders Will Discuss Brexit, the Situation in Syria and Enlargement

European Union leaders meet today and tomorrow for their regular autumn summit. The agenda today includes topics such as Brexit, the Turkish operation in northern Syria and the start of accession negotiations with northern Macedonia and Albania.

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov will also attend the meeting.

Germany: Bulgaria Makes an Exclusive offer to Volkswagen

Bulgaria is ready to double the subsidies it offers in order to secure the contract for the new Volkswagen plant, the German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung writes in an exclusive material. "We have found a way to offer the Volkswagen Group 250 to 260 million euros instead of 135 million euros," former head of state Rosen Plevneliev told F.A.Z.

After the Security Council: Bulgaria Urges Turkey to Suspend Military Operation in Syria

Bulgaria urges Turkey to suspend military operation in northern Syria because the risk of a humanitarian crisis is very high.

This was made clear after the Security Council held today at the Council of Ministers, which discussed the sharpening of the situation in Syria.

PM Borissov: I Don't Know what Will Happen to the Country if 200,000 Migrants Enter Bulgaria

Turkey's military operation in Syria must stop and diplomacy must resolve the conflict. This was summed up by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov after meeting with the President. At the meeting the Head of State was acquainted with the talks in the Security Council.

PM Borissov Convenes Security Council due to the Situation in Syria

Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borissov has convened a meeting of the Security Council on October 15 in reference to the deteriorating situation in Syria, said the government press office. The consultative and coordinating body with the Council of Ministers will discuss the situation in northern Syria and the related regional and international security processes.

Bulgaria to Propose EU Assistance to Refugees in Jordan

Bulgaria will host the Aqaba process in 2020.

This was agreed by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov and Jordan's King Abdullah II during Borissov's visit to Amman. The Aqaba Process was created in 2015 by the King of Jordan to strengthen international and regional cooperation against the dangers of terrorism, radicalization and violent extremism.

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