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Ekaterina Zaharieva: The EU must not lose its focus on the Western Balkans after the success of the Bulgarian Presidency

‘I am happy to be able to talk about the Western Balkans and the role of Bulgaria in the process of accession, a day and a half after I chaired the General Affairs Council that, for the first time since 2015, managed to achieve consensus on the subject of the enlargement. This is a sensitive matter in many EU Member States, but common sense has...
28 June 2018 News
Minister Zaharieva: Our Presidency achieved the first Council decision on enlargement since 2015

Minister Zaharieva: Our Presidency achieved the first Council decision on enlargement since 2015

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva took part in a discussion on ‘The Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU 2018: the results’, which took place in Sofia. Speaking to an audience of government ministers, sociologists, political scientists and other experts, Minister Zaharieva outlined some of...
27 June 2018 News
At Accession Conference chaired by Ekaterina Zaharieva, Serbia opens two more chapters in its EU accession talks, and Montenegro, one chapter

At Accession Conference chaired by Ekaterina Zaharieva, Serbia opens two more chapters in its EU accession talks, and Montenegro, one chapter

The 9th meeting of the EU-Montenegro Stabilization and Association Council, held in Luxembourg today, reviewed the relations between the two sides, including the progress made in Montenegro’s preparation for EU membership. The Stabilization and Association Council was followed by the 11th meeting of the accession conference with Montenegro at...
26 June 2018 News
Zaharieva thanks Mogherini for her support during the Presidency, and Austria, for carrying further Bulgaria’s priorities

Zaharieva thanks Mogherini for her support during the Presidency, and Austria, for carrying further Bulgaria’s priorities

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva took part on the meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council, held in Luxembourg, which was the last such meeting under the Bulgarian Presidency. She thanked Federica Mogherini, the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, for her support and the excellent...
25 June 2018 News
Minister Zaharieva: We expect the European leaders to show courage to their counterparts in the Western Balkans

Minister Zaharieva: We expect the European leaders to show courage to their counterparts in the Western Balkans

‘If there is one thing by which the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council should be remembered, it is the unblocking of the process of European integration of the Western Balkans,’ said Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva to representatives of the organized European civil society. ‘Before the...
22 June 2018 News

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