17 out of a total 57 measures of the plan for preparation for Bulgaria’s EU Council presidency in 2018 were completely implemented by June 30. One of the planned activities was cancelled, according to a report approved by the government today.
Most of the public procurements have been launched, while a series of measures are currently implemented under the contracts signed in accordance with the law for public procurement.
Almost all measures in the section “Priorities and Programme of the Presidency” have been implemented. In the next months, work on structuring the Bulgarian programme will continue. The final text of the programme will be presented for approval in December 2017 so as to reflect the results achieved during the Estonian presidency.
In the remaining months until the end of 2017, the efforts of all involved institutions will be mobilised to implement all measures of the plan, the government said.
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