Iliana Iotova

Vice President Yotova: The Idea of Caretaker Government to become Regular is Exotic

"I hope common sense will prevail in the days to come. Bulgaria needs a very stable government. A government that will continue what the caretaker government started - a return to statehood, respect for law and order, for the rules, economic development," Vice President Iliana Yotova stated.

Bulgaria: President Radev Briefs EU, US Ambassadors on Caretaker Government Priorities

During a working meeting Wednesday with the ambassadors in Bulgaria of EU member states, Switzerland, and the United States, President Rumen Radev said, quoted by his  press secretariat, that one of the priorities of the caretaker government is increasing the transparency in the work of the institutions and winning back public trust in them.

President Radev Held Video Call with President of EU Parliament Sassoli

On June 9, Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev held a video conference with European Parliament President David Sassoli.

During the conversation, initiated by the President of the European Parliament, the two discussed measures to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, as well as topics on the EU agenda with a focus on enlargement policy.

EU Parliament Will Send Mission to Bulgaria after US "Magnitsky" Sanctions

The monitoring group at the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) in the European Parliament will send its mission to Bulgaria, the European Parliament told BNR.

The decision was made yesterday at a closed-door meeting of the group and is expected to be confirmed by a written procedure today.

Bulgaria’s President with Heartfelt Address on May 24

"The state of the spirit has never perished in Bulgaria and it is up to us to pass it on to the next generations," Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev told the media. Bulgaria's head of state Radev, this country's Vice President Iliana Yotova, Bulgaria's caretaker Premier Stefan Yanev and members of the caretaker government laid flowers to the monument of the Holy Brothers Cyril and Methodius in f

Will Political Forces in Bulgaria Rearrange after President Announced His Wish to Run for Second Term?

Yesterday, President Rumen Radev announced that he and Vice President Iliana Yotova will run for a second term. This became clear during a press conference at which the head of state reported on what had been done over the past four years.

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