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Bulgarian govt appreciated EU’s decision of green signaling recovery and resilience plan

Prime Minister of Bulgaria - Kiril Petkov appreciated and thanked the European Commission and President of the EU - Ursula von der Leyen, for giving a green signal to the recovery and resilience plan. 

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Sofia, Bulgaria: Prime Minister of Bulgaria – Kiril Petkov appreciated and thanked the European Commission and President of the EU – Ursula von der Leyen, for giving a green signal to the recovery and resilience plan. 

Prime Minister Petkov tweeted, “A huge thank you to @vonderleyen @EU_Commission. The #recovery and resilience plan is innovative and will contribute to the #change in #Bulgaria. is one step closer to #energy security, #justice reform, better #connectivity, investments in #innovation & #education.” 

Meanwhile, Ursula von der Leyen tweeted, “Green light for the Bulgarian Reconstruction and Development Plan. presented one of the greenest plans we have approved so far. @EU_Commission will support Bulgaria to make #NextGenerationEU a real success, for a more sustainable future.” 

Another tweet cites, “Thank you, Prime Minister @KirilPetkov We need Bulgaria on board on the road towards climate neutrality in the EU. And I am glad to see what ambitious reforms the recovery plan includes. It will make Bulgaria greener and more resilient.”

The official account of EC in Bulgaria tweeted, “The President of the European Commission @vonderleyen and the Prime Minister @KirilPetkov

 visited Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski ”, which will be supported under the Recovery and Sustainability Plan. EUR 211.3 million of the Plan is provided for the development of research and innovation in Bulgaria. #NextGenerationEU.”  

 

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