Bulgaria to Take Over Rotating PABSEC Presidency
Parliament Chair Tsetska Tsacheva and Bulgarian MPs will participate in the 40th Plenary Session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (PABSEC) on November 27-28 in Baku.
At the forum in forum in Azerbaijan's capital, Bulgaria will take over the rotating presidency of the PABSEC.
The rotating presidency of PABSEC will be officially handed over to Bulgaria's Parliament Chair Tsetska Tsacheva by Oktay Asadov, Chairman of the Milli Mejlis of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
Bulgaria will hold the rotating PABSEC presidency for a period of six months.
In June 2013, at the end of Bulgaria's PABSEC presidency term, the Black Sea city of Varna will host the next session of PABSEC.
Bulgaria's presidency will coincide with PABSEC's 20th anniversary.
To mark the occasion, Varna will host the Conference of Parliament Speakers of PABSEC Member States.
During her visit to Azerbaijan, Tsacheva will meet with Milli Mejlis Chairman Oktay Asadov and will hold talks with Prime Minister Artur Rasizade.
Tsacheva and the delegation of Bulgarian MPs will meet with members of the Inter-Parliamentary Friendship Group Azerbaijan-Bulgaria of the Milli Mejlis.
The 40th Plenary Session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (PABSEC) will also be attended by Dimitar Atanasov, Head of the Bulgarian PABSEC Delegation, and MPs Stoyan Gyuzelev, Plamen Oresharski, and Ramadan Atalay.
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Time has come for Bulgaria to lead the Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation using its founding members to integrate the importance of ethnicity and economic cooperation with high unemployment and population migration.
Next we need the cooperation of the Observer Nations, for example, France, United States and Israel.
Let us not forget the Sectoral Dialogue Partner Countries for example, England and Iran.
Now the theme is ethnicity and peace negotiations for Bulgaria to lead with example as seen through Bulgarian History.
Now someone must teach President Obama the opening we have to accomodate all parties through economic diplomacy.
When will we see the real workings of the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank and its infrastructure and sustainable projects using economic bloc policies.
Next we need more participation of Observing Countires to articulate technology transfers from the West and Europe for Eurasia.