President Radev and the Swedish Prime Minister highlight high technologies and innovations as potential areas for deepening bilateral cooperation2022-06-29 18:09:00
President Rumen Radev and Sweden's Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson held a working meeting in Madrid today and highlighted high technologies and innovations as potential areas for fostering bilateral cooperation. The talks took place on the sidelines of the NATO summit taking place in the Spanish capital.
The Bulgarian head of State stressed that this country is attractive for investors not only in terms of the best tax conditions in the EU, but also with its highly skilled workforce and the fast-growing information technology sector, an example of which is the Institute for Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Technology in Bulgaria, opened with the support of leading scientists and technology companies.
The bilateral security partnership was also one of the topics of the meeting, with Prime Minister Andersson expressing her appreciation for Bulgaria's support for Sweden's accession to NATO. President Radev mentioned Bulgaria's aspiration for further deepening of cooperation in this area and expressed this country's expectation for faster accession to the Schengen area.