The migration crisis and energy issues will be the topics when Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov will visit Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel next week, Standart found out. Their meeting will be held in Berlin on Saturday, August 27th, Merkel's press secretary informed, as quoted by RIA Novosti.
On Friday and Saturday, Merkel will meet with seven prime ministers of EU member states. On August 26 she will accept the prime ministers of the Netherlands, Sweden, Finland and Denmark. Besides Boyko Borisov, the next day she will also meet the representatives of Slovenia, Croatia and Austria.
The last conversation between the Bulgarian Prime Minister and the German Chancellor was on the phone. In late July, the two discussed the complicated and difficult situation regarding migrant crisis. Then Borisov acquainted Merkel with actions taken by the Bulgarian authorities to ensure safety and security at borders, including the events in Turkey. He said that Bulgaria had sought assistance from Frontex to provide equipment, ships, helicopters. Angela Merkel has pledged to raise this issue with the European Commission and to speak on the subject with the Minister of Interior of Germany for assistance and support.