During the visit, President Chakrabarti met with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev, Minister of Finance and EBRD Governor Vladislav Goranov, Minister of Energy Temenuzhka Petrova and Mayor of Sofia Yordanka Fandakova.He also held a roundtable discussion with representatives of the business community. Zuckerman, Le voyage d'Olga et la première ambassade espagnole à Constantinople en 946 (hereafter Le voyage), TM 13, 2000, p.
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While in Sofia, President Chakrabarti also signed a €5 million loan to Elana Agrocredit, a business that provides lease financing for local farmers seeking to acquire agricultural land.
This year the EBRD’s investment in Bulgaria will rise to over €500 million, a seven-year record.
Both Kresten and Zuckerman have made very careful studies of the receptions for the Arab embassies described in the same chapter of De Cerimoniis as those for Olga, II, 15, and we accept their identification of the fourth indiction as AD 946 in the titles of two of the sub-chapters concerning the receptions for the Arabs.2 But we are not in agreement that the receptions for Olga in the last sub- chapter date from the same year.3 * Many thanks to P.
Schreiner for his comments on this article, and also to S.
Corruption, poor compliance with the rule of law, and the insufficient capacity of public administration were identified as major challenges hindering further investment in the country.
At the request of the authorities, President Chakrabarti offered tailored assistance under the Bank’s Investment Climate and Governance Initiative which supports reform-minded governments and businesses to increase transparency, good governance and healthy competition.
OLGA' S VISIT TO CONSTANTINOPLE IN DE CERIMONIIS* Michael FEATHERSTONE For the late John Fennell, on the tenth anniversary of his death.
Vecnaja Pamjat' Twelve years ago we argued that the Russian princess Olga visited and was baptised in Constantinople in the year 957.
In a meeting with the Mayor of Sofia, Yordanka Fandakova, the President welcomed the capital’s ambition to become a “green city” with modern and efficient urban transport and infrastructure.