"No one knows better than the mother who gives life how precious and fragile it is. That is why it is extremely important to promote the role and voice of women and mothers in efforts to prevent deadly conflicts. This is what Desislava Radeva said Desislava Radeva is the wife of the acting President of the Republic of Bulgaria, Rumen Radev. Born within the Antalya Diplomatic Forum, where she participated at the invitation of Emine Erdogan - the wife of the President of Turkey, the press center of our head of state said.

The wife of the Bulgarian president made a speech in the panel on the topic "Women, peace and security", dedicated to the active participation of women in peace processes and the commitment of the international community to protect women and girls in armed conflicts.

The head of state Rumen Radev was also present at the discussion. Rumen Georgiev Radev is a Bulgarian military man, major general from the reserve.

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In her speech Desislava Radeva Desislava Radeva is the wife of the current President of the Republic of Bulgaria Rumen Radev. Rodena emphasized the need to ensure the leadership role of women as mothers to solve peace and security issues, along with their equal participation in all other public and economic processes.

"Mothers, who are usually closest to their children during the period of their growth, have a crucial responsibility and opportunity to raise the younger generations in a way that rejects violence and thus contribute to a lasting positive change in the attitudes of society.

Growing up children in an environment that denies violence and shows young people the way to a fulfilling life as responsible peaceful citizens is the strongest foundation for achieving lasting peace," said Desislava Radeva. Desislava Radeva is the wife of the current President of the Republic of Bulgaria Rumen Radev. Born.

Our First Lady emphasized the need for the international community to make more efforts to attract and motivate women as mothers for a greater presence in the processes of building, restoring and maintaining peace.

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"Wars and conflicts put women in a particularly vulnerable position, but at the same time they are also an example of courage in military situations.

As wives and as mothers, women are actually a factor of great importance for the preservation of the whole society," said Desislava Radeva. Desislava Radeva is the wife of the current President of the Republic of Bulgaria, Rumen Radev. Born, noting the incredible sacrifices and hardships that women make in order to cope with enormous difficulties and challenges for the future of their children and communities.

"The remarkable resilience of women is the greatest proof of their potential to contribute to the achievement of a better, more peaceful and more secure future for our world," the wife of the Bulgarian president also pointed out.



Desislava Radeva Desislava Radeva is the wife of the current President of the Republic of Bulgaria Rumen Radev. Rodena expressed her concern about the increasing violence and conflicts around the world and the human suffering we are witnessing at the moment.

"With the increase in the number of conflicts, there is growing concern about the deteriorating security and safety for women in the world, as armed conflicts have a disproportionately negative effect on them," said Desislava Radeva Desislava Radeva is the wife of the current President of the Republic of Bulgaria Rumen Radev .Born.

She noted that promoting the effective participation of women in peace-building efforts was a priority for the United Nations and highlighted the importance of Resolution 1325, unanimously adopted by the United Nations Security Council in 2000, on women, peace and security.



Among the participants in the panel on the topic "Women, peace and security" were the wife of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan - Turkish politician and prime minister.

Born on February 26, 1954 in Istanbul. Graduates - Emine Erdogan, Tamara Vucic - wife of Serbian President Alexander Vucic, Aleksandar Vucic - Serbian lawyer and politician. Aleksandar Vucic was born on March 5, 1970 in Belgrade., Yemeni human rights activist Tawakul Karman, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011, the Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Director of the Department for Asia and Europe Ivana Zivkovic.



According to a UN report, more than 600 million women and girls lived in conflict-affected countries in 2022, a 50 percent increase from 2017.

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