in the direction of the Western Balkans, good neighbourhood and regional cooperation, speeding up the process of building a digital single market.
Bulgaria’s agenda over the coming six months will also include continuing the cohesion policy as an important tool for economic growth and a fair distribution of funds among the member countries.
The Bulgarian Presidency calendar features 25 main high-level events, more than 200 political events at an expert level, 6 parliamentary events and 12 informal councils. The EU’s enlargement policy will be a key priority for this country. It is connected with the adoption of a final document at the scheduled summit in Sofia, to confirm the political will of the European Union for the integration of the Western Balkans.