Central European Midday Report: "Political Developments in Bulgaria and Belgium's Support for Moldova's EU Accession"

Central European Midday Report: "Political Developments in Bulgaria and Belgium's Support for Moldova's EU Accession"


President Rumen Radev Initiates Consultations for Interim Government Formation: President Rumen Radev of Bulgaria is set to commence consultations with parliamentary parties represented in the 49th National Assembly on April 5. The discussions, in accordance with Article 99, paragraph 5 of the Constitution, will involve the candidate for interim Prime Minister, Dimitar Glavchev. The constitutional provision stipulates that the President, following consultations with parliamentary groups and upon the proposal of the interim Prime Minister candidate, appoints an interim government and schedules new elections within a two-month period. President Radev had previously tasked Glavchev with proposing the composition of an interim government, emphasizing his non-participation in the formation process. Glavchev is mandated to fulfill this task within seven days, marking a significant step in Bulgaria's political transition.

Belgium Prime Minister Advocates for Moldova's EU Accession: Prime Minister Alexander De Croo of Belgium has pledged unwavering support for the Republic of Moldova's accession to the European Union, aiming to finalize the negotiation framework by July 1. During a meeting with Moldovan President Maia Sandu and young students from various high schools in the capital, De Croo stressed the importance of concerted efforts in the integration process. Reflecting on the significance of EU membership for Moldovan youth, President Sandu highlighted the inclusive nature of European integration as a national endeavor transcending political boundaries. De Croo's working visit underscores Belgium's commitment to facilitating Moldova's journey towards European integration, underscoring the collaborative efforts between the two nations in shaping a European Moldova for future generations.


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