Bulgarian, Greek Cabinets to Hold Joint Sitting
Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, is leaving on an official trip to Greece to participate in the second joint summit of the Council for Cooperation between the governments of the two countries.
The talks will be held on Monday, December 17, in Athens, the Cabinet's press center informs Sunday.
While in Greece, Borisov will meet with his counterpart, Antonis Samaras, and the President, Karolos Papoulias, to discuss cooperation in EU, in the region, and joint infrastructure projects.
Bilateral agreements in the education, science, culture, agriculture, sports, tourism, foreign affairs, and IT sectors are expected to be signed during the official visit, along with a joint declaration of the two governments.
The Bulgarian delegation will also include the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Nikolay Nladenov, of Regional Development, Lilyana Pavlova, of Social Policy and Labor, Totyu Mladenov, of Defense, Anyu Angelov, of Education, Sergey Ignatov, of Culture, Vezhdi Rashidov, of Agriculture, Miroslav Naydenov, of Transport, Ivaylo Moskovski, of Economy and Energy, Delyan Dobrev and of Sports, Svilen Neykov.
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