Chairman of the Estonian parliamentary EU affairs committee, Kalle Palling, discussed preparations for the Council of the European Union presidency during a working visit in Bulgaria.
Palling met with Bulgarian parliament deputy chairman Dimitar Glavchev, EU affairs committee chairman Svetlen Tanchev, and Deputy Prime Minister Meglena Kuneva, with whom he discussed plans for the Council of the European Union presidency and the effects of Brexit on the EU.
Initially, Bulgaria was planned to take over the EU presidency from Estonia in July 2018, but it is...
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