Prime Minister Borissov Holds Meeting with Business Representatives, Trade Unions
Prime Minister Boyko Borissov Tuesday held a meeting with the national representative organizations of the business and with trade unions, the Government Information Service said. The talks focused on the economic and social measures for overcoming the consequences of the COVID-19-caused crisis on which a consensus has been reached between the social
partners within the National Council for Tripartite Cooperation.
The participants in the meeting also discussed a bill settling the relations connected to personal accounts for dematerialized securities kept in the central register of securities by Central Depository AD. Another item on the agenda was a national tripartite agreement on key topics for speeding up Bulgaria's economic development. The document will be signed on June 17 before the regular meeting of the Council of Ministers.
Attending Tuesday's meeting were representatives of the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria, the Podkrepa Confederation of Labour, the Bulgarian Industrial Association, the Confederation of Employers and Industrialists in Bulgaria, the Bulgarian Industrial Capital Association, and the Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The meeting was also attended by Deputy Prime Ministers Tomislav Donchev and Mariayana Nikolova, Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov, Economy Minister Emil Karanikolov, and Labour and Social Policy Minister Denitsa Sacheva.