Bulgarian, Israeli governments to hold new joint sitting in 2012

The governments of Bulgaria and Israel are going to hold a second joint sitting, the two countries’ Foreign Ministers Nikolay Mladenov and Avigdor Lieberman have made it clear.

Mladenov explained in Sofia Friday that his meeting with the Israeli Foreign Minister focused on discussing the results of the first ever joint sitting of the Cabinets of Bulgaria and Israel, which took place in July 2011.

A new joint sitting is to take place later in 2012, he explained. If it materializes, Israel will become the first country with which the Bulgarian Cabinet is holding a second joint session.

Bulgaria’s government is also expected to have a joint sitting with the Cabinet of Turkey.

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