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Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Dimitar Glavchev will participate in the OECD Ministerial Council Meeting

02 May 2024 News

Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Dimitar Glavchev leaves today for Paris, where he will participate in the Ministerial Meeting of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Prime Minister Glavchev will deliver a speech in the first plenary session, which will discuss the achievement of a sustainable, inclusive economy and society, as well as evidence-based policy-making on common challenges.

The participation of Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Dimitar Glavchev in the forum in Paris is yet another confirmation that full membership in the OECD continues to be among the main foreign policy priorities of our country, enjoying broad political support and unaffected by the dynamics in the domestic political plan. The OECD currently has 38 member countries, including the most advanced economies of Europe, North America, South America and Asia, accounting for 70% of global output and trade, 90% of global foreign direct investment and 45% of global GDP. 

This year's OECD Council meeting at ministerial level is chaired by Japan, with Mexico and the Netherlands as vice-presidents. The event is entitled: ‘Co-creating the flow of change: leading global discussions with objective and credible approaches to sustainable and inclusive growth’. The Forum is an opportunity to engage in high-level discussions between member and non-member states on issues that are critical to today's international community.

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