PM Borissov Attends 56th Munich Security Conference
February 14 (BTA) - Prime Minister Boyko Borissov and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva arrived in Munich on Friday to take part in the 56th Munich Security Conference (MSC), the government's information service said. Upon arrival Borissov was met by a team of the You Tube channel of the event.
The Bulgarian Prime Minister said that Europe, the United States and Canada should engage more actively through diplomatic means in the multitude of hostilities and negotiate peace - in Libya, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan and everywhere where a problem exists. Borissov said that at the moment terrorism, illegal migration and the new coronavirus "cause panic in the world," noting that diplomacy and peace are the way to cope with all these challenges.
Later on Friday Borissov conferred with Markus Soeder, the Minister President of Bavaria. The two officials expressed satisfaction with the active political contacts in recent years and the dynamic ties in the area of home affairs, security and tourism.
They also discussed details of a future meeting in Sofia suggested by them of the Bavarian and Bulgarian business, which will provide fresh incentives to the expansion of the bilateral economic relations. NV/ZH//