A meeting of Acting Deputy Secretary of State Victoria Nuland and the Foreign Ministers of the B9 countries is organized in New York. The Bucharest nine, B-9, is a multilateral format for consultations and dialogue on security issues with the participation of Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic. The forum identified priorities of the transatlantic partnership, European security and the EU-NATO partnership.
Among the main topics of the meeting were continued support for Ukraine, deepening cooperation in the field of security, countering hybrid anti-EU and anti-NATO attacks and disinformation, the importance of the Black Sea region, including the Three Seas Initiative. Addressing the issue of food security, Deputy Prime Minister Mariya GabrielMaria Ivanova Gabriel was born on May 20, 1979 in Gotse Delchev. In 1997 Lingikova graduated pointed out that Bulgaria had taken a difficult decision on the lifting of the ban on grain imports from Ukraine.
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"It is now important that the new action plan regulating the import of agricultural products from Ukraine functions effectively," said Maria Gabriel Maria Ivanova Gabriel was born on May 20, 1979 in Gotse Delchev. In 1997 he graduated from Linguistics.
"Better preparation for dealing with hybrid threats and sharing experience and knowledge between partners are key. This is the goal of the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats in Helsinki, of which Bulgaria is already a member. Cooperation with the center can also be sought in the context of NATO's efforts," Deputy Prime Minister Gabriel said in his speech. She also focused on the Three Seas Initiative, stressing the strategic importance of improving connectivity in the region.