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Bulgaria, Ukraine Agree to Resume Work of Intergovernmental Economic Cooperation Commission

14.5.2019
May 14 (BTA) - Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister in charge of economic and demographic policy, Mariyana Nikolova, and Ukraine's First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economic Development and Trade, Stepan Kubiv, have agreed to resume the operation of the Intergovernmental Commission for Economic Cooperation. The sides discussed the opportunity for a working meeting in Odessa in the beginning of July to determine the priority fields of the Seventh Meeting of the Intergovernmental Commission, the Government information service said on Tuesday. Nikolova is on an official visit to Ukraine between May 13 and 14. Deputy Prime Minister NIkolova proposed that the commission, which has not met for nine years, meets even this fall. She expressed Bulgaria's expectations to see abidance by the agreements about keeping Bolgrad region (where many ethnic Bulgarians live) within its present administrative borders. Kubiv suggested that the agenda of the Intergovernmental Commission include discussion of economic, tariff, educational and military matters. He also insisted that special attention be paid to the decentralization of Ukraine by closer contacts between Bulgarian municipalities and those of Odessa, Nikolayev and Zaporizhia provinces. Nikolova expressed gratitude for the agreement that an expert group from the Ukrainian Ministry of Education coordinate with Bulgarian colleagues texts in the new Protocol of Agreement and Exchange between the two educational ministries. "This is necessary to introduce clear-cut rules of teaching and learning Bulgarian in Ukrainian state schools," she said, adding that she relies on the other side to abide by the agreements between the two countries about building to house a school with extracurricular Bulgarian classes in Odessa, and called upon the Ukrainian side to speed up and finalize the procedure. At an official ceremony at the Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine Nikolova and Kubiv unveiled a memorial plaque dedicated to the centenary of diplomatic relations between the two countries./RY/BR Source: Kiev/Sofia, http://www.bta.bg/en/c/DF/id/2010331
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