The Minister of Economy and Industry, Bogdan Bogdanov, and his Romanian counterpart, the Minister of Economy, Enterprise and Typism, Stefan-Pady Opia, will open a Bulgarian-Romanian conference on the theme: “United Europe – a path to economic security and sustainable integration”.
The main topic will be the losses for the region and for investors from the delay of the acceptance of the two countries in the Schengen area through the eyes of the bilateral foreign chambers of commerce.
The economic future of the region, key infrastructure projects, and good practices among businesses are also expected to be discussed.
The event will be attended by investors, representatives of foreign and local businesses and chambers of commerce of both countries.
MEPs, representatives of the diplomatic corps, as well as local authorities are also invited.
The forum is organized by the Ministry of Economy and Industry of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Ministry of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Tourism of the Republic of Romania.
The event will take place on Thursday at 11:00 a.m. in the “Europe” hall of the Revenue Building, Ruse.