Dmitry Medvedev Arrived on a Visit to Bulgaria
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev arrives in Bulgaria on a two-day visit. He will be greeted on March 4 with an official ceremony in front of the St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral.
The visit is at the invitation of Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov. Medvedev's program includes a four-eye meeting with President Rumen Radev and Prime Minister Borisov. After the meeting at the Council of Ministers, wreaths will be presented to the Unknown Soldier's Monument.
The main topics to be discussed by the delegations of Bulgaria and Russia are in the energy, economy and tourism sectors.
Dmitry Medvedev is coming for the second time in Bulgaria. The previous one was in early 2008. He was then part of the delegation headed by President Vladimir Putin. This was Medvedev's first visit abroad shortly after his candidacy was elected president of Russia at the very end of 2007.
President Rumen Radev will accept him at Dondukov 2. The meeting will be held today at 5:15 pm The head of state and the guest will talk in four eyes, after which plenary talks are scheduled for the two official delegations.
National Assembly President Tsveta Karayancheva will also meet with the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation. The conversation will be on Tuesday at 9:45 am in parliament.
All Metropolitan Police and part of the gendarmerie will be on duty at Dmitry Medvedev's visit to Sofia, Borislav Mouerov from SDRD said. The areas around Alexander Nevski, the Council of Ministers, the presidency and parliament will be closed.
Dmitry Medvedev comes on a two-day (4 and 5 March) official visit to Bulgaria at the invitation of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.
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