Rumen Radev, President of Bulgaria
The refusal to hold any dialogue with Russia cannot possibly be a solution to a crisis. Despite the ongoing tension in the EU-Russia relations and the mutually imposed sanctions, Russia has reaffirmed itself as Europe’s traditional partner in the sectors of energy, the economy, tourism and the fight against terrorism. The leading EU member states have defended their economic interests in Russia, and I see no reason why this should not be valid for Bulgaria as well – Rumen Radev, President of Bulgaria
Austrian Ambassador Nikolaus Lutterotti:
Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović and Ambassador of Bulgaria to Serbia H.E. Radko Vlaykov have opened the exhibition ‘Applied Nostalgia’ at the National...
H.E. Radko Vlaykov, Ambassador Of Bulgaria:
One of the main priorities of Bulgaria’s presidency of the EU will be supporting the Western Balkan countries and the preparation process for EU enlargement. Serbia’s EU perspective is clear, but membership depends primarily on the speed of reforms in this country - Radko Vlaykov, Bulgarian Ambassador to Serbia
The ambassador of Bulgaria to Serbia H.E. Radko Vlaykov hosted a reception at the Metropol Hotel in celebration of his country’s National day
Ambassador of Bulgaria to Serbia H.E. Radko Vlaykov hosted a reception marking Bulgaria's National day and country's 140th Liberation day.
The Embassy of Bulgaria to Serbia, headed by Ambassador H.E. Radko Vlaykov, commemorated the start of Bulgaria’s six-month presidency of the Council of the...
The unemployment rate in Serbia has been reduced in the last two years from 17.7% to 15.3% and according to the forecast a further decline is expected by the end of 2017
Interconnection with Bulgaria – the most important project with the EU
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Ambassador Radko Vlaykov hosted reception at the Bulgarian Embassy
New Ambassador of the Republic of Bulgaria to Serbia