UN Secretary-General Stresses Bulgaria's Role in Balkans

Diplomacy | September 21, 2010, Tuesday // 02:04|  views

Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has been received by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in New York City.

The meeting took place after the opening of the UN General Assembly summit on the Millenium Development Goals.

Borisov is one of the 140 state leaders from around the world who came to New York to discuss the progress of the global development goals ten years after their adoption in 2000, and only five years before the deadline for their accomplishment expires.

As during his meeting with the Chair of the 65th regular session of the UN Joseph Deiss, the Bulgarian PM has received praise from UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon for Bulgaria's role in the Balkans.

"The international community relies on us very much as a nation with political, financial, economic – and even religious – stability. My friendships with the leaders of Serbian and the Prime Minister of Kosovo are also important in that respect," Borisov explained as cited by bTV.

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Tags: UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, UN, Boyko Borisov, Prime Minister, New York City, Millenium Development Goals, Balkans, Serbia, kosovo


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