University to host lecture on the Bulgarian presidency of the EU

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(Image courtesy of Alex Papadopoulos)
On Wednesday, April 18, the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences will host a public lecture by Ivan Anchev, Consul General of the Republic of Bulgaria. During the program, General Anchev will highlight the state of European Union relations in the context of Bulgaria's geopolitics. All members of the university community are invited to attend.

The presidency of the Council of the European Union works on a rotation basis. Each member state holds the presidency for a period of six months. Currently, Bulgaria holds the rotating Presidency of the European Council of the EU.

Overall, the European Union coordinates the policies of the member states, develops the foreign policy and security policy of the Union, and completes or achieves or enters into agreements with other countries or international organizations.

"European Union Relations in an Era of Uncertainty: The Program of the Bulgarian Presidency of the EU"
Wednesday, April 18
6 p.m.
McGowan South, room 108