The protection of intellectual property and the improvement of the mechanisms by which companies in Bulgaria gain access to financing and to protect their ideas and the products and technologies they develop were discussed at a meeting in Antalya by President Rumen RadevRumen Georgiev Radev is a Bulgarian military officer, Major General from reserve.

Former Commander and Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Darren Tang.

WIPO is one of the specialized intergovernmental organizations of the United Nations and has 193 member countries from all over the world.

The head of state highlighted Bulgaria's ambitions to strengthen the ties between science, education and business, which would qualitatively change the patterns of interaction between them and create sustainable prospects for small and medium-sized enterprises and young people in our country.

Darren Tang expressed readiness for WIPO to conduct more training and intellectual property protection programs in our country, aimed at young people and their ability to implement their innovative ideas in the field of production more quickly.

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The general position was that the protection of intellectual property guarantees the jobs created, promotes employment and the exchange of technologies, reports the press office of the head of state.

In October of this year

Darren Tang is about to visit Bulgaria on the occasion of the celebration of 130 years of intellectual property in Bulgaria and 75 years of the Patent Office, and President Radev noted the possibility of holding a forum on the protection of intellectual property in Bulgaria during this visit.

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