17 October 2019 | 18:06
At the meeting they held at 2 Dondukov street, Head of State Rumen Radev and Christophe Deloire, Secretary General of “Reporters Without Borders” discussed the state of the media environment in Bulgaria, the public trust in the media, the professional standards in journalism, the models of funding the Bulgarian media and the approaches to defending the independence of the editorial policy.
16 October 2019 | 12:12
In the event of a massive migratory pressure towards our land borders, Bulgaria does not have the capacity to alone cope with the problem and therefore we should be very active and use all possible EU levers and mechanisms. This is what President Rumen Radev said, taking a journalist’s question regarding the meeting held yesterday with the Prime Minister, representatives of the government and the security services related to the escalation of tension in the Middle East.
15 October 2019 | 17:05
Only free and independent from political and economic influence media may counteract the dangerous processes that threaten democracy. This is what President Rumen Radev said at a meeting with Deutsche Welle Director General Peter Limbourg, who is visiting Bulgaria. German Ambassador to Bulgaria Christoph Eihhorn also attended the meeting at 2 Dondukov street.
11 October 2019 | 19:07
Bulgaria and Italy share a common stance on the necessity of improving the European policy in the sphere of migration, upon asylum granting and strengthening the protection of the external EU borders. This is what Bulgarian President Rumen Radev and his Italian counterpart Sergio Mattarella emphasized at the talks they held today in Athens within the 15th summit of the EU parliamentary republics.
11 October 2019 | 18:06
In Athens Presidents Rumen Radev and Michael Higgins discussed the opportunities for promoting bilateral trade and mutual investments between Bulgaria and the Republic of Ireland. The two held talks within the 15th summit of the Heads of State of the EU parliamentary republics. The presidents were unanimous that the annual trade worth 240 million euros is below the economic potential of Bulgaria and Ireland.