Bulgaria Foreign Minister to Host 2nd Informal Meeting of SEECP Foreign Ministers

Bulgaria Foreign Minister to Host 2nd Informal Meeting of SEECP Foreign Ministers

Bulgarian Minister of Foreign Affairs Daniel Mitov will host the Second Informal Meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the South-East European Cooperation Process (SEECP), the press office of the Bulgarian ministry announced.
The meeting will take place at the Grand Hotel Sofia on Tuesday, February 2. It is organised in the frames of the Bulgarian chairmanship of the SEECP.
As part of the current “Troika” of chairpersons of the SEECP, ministers Daniel Mitov, Ditmir Bushati (Albania), and Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Croatia Zeljko Kupresak, will hold a joint press conference at 1 p.m.
The forum will be also attended by Montenegrin Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and European Integration Igor Luksic, who is on a two-day visit to Bulgaria, and the foreign ministers of Serbia, Albania, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Macedonia.
The event will be also joined by Edita Tahiri, Minister without portfolio and Chief Negotiator of Kosovo in the Technical Dialogue with Serbia, as well as by the deputy foreign ministers of Greece, Croatia, Turkey and Moldova.
The list of the participants also includes Secretary of State of Slovenia, the Secretary General of the Regional Cooperation Council Goran Svilanovic, representatives of the European Commission (EC), and other foreign diplomats accredited to Bulgaria.
During the meeting the ministers will ink a joint statement on tackling the challenges deriving from the migration flows.

FOCUS News Agency

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