Bulgaria Hosts Regular Meetings of International Monetary Fund, World Bank Group

Bulgaria Hosts Regular Meetings of International Monetary Fund, World Bank Group

Bulgaria on Saturday hosted the regular meetings of an International Monetary Fund constituency group and World Bank Group organizations of which it is member.
Meeting with representatives of the two institutions, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said that the government is working to ensure the political stability of Bulgaria and to improve its international reputation. 
"In the first six months, our government focused its efforts on addressing urgent problems but now we can turn to long-term prospects," said Borissov at the meeting which was attended by Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov.
Borissov outlined the efforts of the Bulgarian government to ensure the country's financial stability, fight against corruption and grey economy and the implementation of key reforms to Laura Tuck, World Bank Vice President for Europe and Central Asia, Mamta Murthi, World Bank Country Director for Central Europe and the Baltic Republics and IMF Director for Europe Poul Thomsen.
World Bank Vice President Tuck commended the Bulgarian government and supported its efforts to carry out reforms in key sectors. 
Tuck expressed support for the government's programme, efforts at reforms and readiness to provide assistance in enhancing interinstitutional relations and improving efficiency of public expenditures.
 
 
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