A delegation led by Turkey’s Chief Public Prosecutor at the Supreme Court Mehmet Akarca arrived Tuesday on a two-day official visit to Bulgaria.
The visit is paid in the frames of the agreement on cooperation signed in 2014 by Turkey’s Chief Public Prosecutor’s Office at the Supreme Court and Bulgaria’s Prosecutor’s Office.
The document envisages the exchange of information and good practices between the prosecutor’s offices of the two countries, bilateral meetings, and trainings.
The Turkish top prosecutor met with a number of Bulgarian officials.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov met with Mehmet Akarca on Tuesday.
The topics the officials discussed included the refugee crisis, terrorism threats, the fight against organised crime, and others.
Mr Borisov and Mr Akarca were united around the thesis the countries’ joint efforts were the only efficient means of counteracting terror threats.
PM Borisov was explicit Bulgaria was making great efforts to counteract the refugee flow and people smuggling.
In his words, cooperation between partner services should strengthen as part of the measures taken against terrorism and the migration flow.
FOCUS News Agency