Bulgaria PM to Attend European Council Sitting

Bulgaria PM to Attend European Council Sitting

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov will take part in the sitting of the European Council, which will take place in Brussels on June 25-26, 2015, the press office of the Bulgarian Government announced.
In the frames of his visit to Brussels Mr Borisov is also scheduled to hold a meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron.
The European Council meeting will discuss migration. Leaders are expected to focus on relocation, resettlement and return policy. They should also look forward to the Valetta Conference with countries of origin and transit in Africa.
The heads of state or government will focus on the security challenges facing the European Union. They will discuss a review of the European security strategy and take stock of on-going work in the fight against terrorism.
Leaders will also discuss economic issues, concluding the 2015 European Semester, taking stock of the state of play concerning the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), and the European Fund for Strategic Investments.
The European Council will further discuss and provide orientations on the digital agenda and the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) report on better economic governance in the euro area.

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