Union for the Mediterranean

Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus Launch Joint Initiative For Migrants in the Eastern Mediterranean

Greece, Cyprus and Bulgaria have decided to launch a joint initiative for migrants in the Eastern Mediterranean, the Greek Ministry of Citizens Protection announced in a press release. The initiative will be presented to the Council of Ministers of Justice and Home Affairs of the European Union on 7-8 October in Luxembourg.


PM Borissov: Jordan is an Important Partner For Bulgaria in the Middle East Region

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov meets with Foreign Minister of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Ayman Al-Safadi. During their talks, Prime Minister Borissov noted that Jordan is an important partner for Bulgaria in the Middle East and North Africa region.

Bulgaria to Take Over Rotating PABSEC Presidency

Bulgaria will take the rotating presidency of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation for the second half of 2019.

This will take place at a forum in Azerbaijan, where Tsvetka Karayancheva, National Assembly President, participates.

It will outline the priorities of our country during the presidency of the organization.


Serbian FM on three-day visit to Spain

Dacic will attend the opening of the Consulate of Serbia in Seville, while in Malaga he will participate in the OSCE Mediterranean Conference.

The opening ceremony of the Consulate, with Honorary Consul Juan Manuel Contreras, will be held on October 24.

Dacic will participate in the OSCE Mediterranean Conference on October25-26 in Malaga.

Kotzias in Barcelona for Mediterranean summit

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias was in Barcelona on Monday to join his European and regional counterparts at the 3rd Regional Forum of the Union for the Mediterranean.

The summit, now in its 10th year, is to focus on regional issues and prospects for cooperation.

It is to be opened by EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini and Spanish foreign minister Josep Borrell.

ForMin Melescanu: Romania's future, Mediterranean region stability, development

Romania's Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu says the future of Romania is greatly linked to stability and development in the Mediterranean region, and the current relations between Romania and the countries in this region are all the more stronger for being "cemented by the bonds that exist at the human level."

Boskovic: Battle to bring young people back to countryside

PALERMO, BELGRADE - The participants in the Euro-Mediterranean Conference on Agriculture, including Serbian Agriculture Minister Snezana Bogosavljevic-Boskovic, agreed in Palermo Friday that there was an urgent need to bring more young people back to the countryside and to support the development of rural areas in general.