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  • Sliven and Yambol - ready to present themselves together to future investors

    Sliven and Yambol Business Directory Investment Directory was officially launched today in Sliven. It is a strategic set of products containing up-to-date data, comparison, trend analysis and a vision for the industrial and technological future of the region. Its purpose is to assist local authorities in the process of identity validation, branding and promotion of the city, as well as in attracting high-tech investors in the region. At the International Palace Hotel, where the International Economic Forum was held: "The future of Europe - employment, growth and investment - we can do more together", Mayor Stefan Radev said that much closer cooperation should be launched in order to together the two cities can go in one direction. “Sliven and Yambol are the two cities that are closest to each other in Bulgaria and our biggest chance and prospect is to present ourselves as an economic destination. The truth is that investors from any sector are not at all interested in the administrative boundaries of municipalities and districts, but in what this market can jointly offer them. In my opinion, it is imperative that we take advantage of these perspectives that we have together, "Radev said. He also recalled that the Minister of Regional Development and Public Works Petya Avramova accepted the idea by committing to the Sliven-Yambol road to be widened and become a 4-lane. "This will make us a big economic zone, which will create opportunities for all residents in the region and for all potential investors. I am convinced that this area will be the hot spot for investment in the coming years in Bulgaria, ”the mayor added. He pointed out that for the realization of this idea the Municipality of Sliven envisages the creation of a municipal company to develop the territory of the Burshen Airport. It is envisaged that infrastructure will be built and developed in this territory, which will allow the potential business to realize its intentions as soon as possible. "I very much hope that the joint work of Sliven and Yambol and all the municipalities in the region will continue. I hope that all this project will be supported by all institutions in Bulgaria, "said Stefan Radev. It is staffed by Trakia Tech's consulting team, a platform for attracting technology investors. "This catalog is important not only for the region. It is important for national economic policy. For the first time, we have merged two major cities in our investment presentation. With this catalog, we provide investors with answers before they have asked us, "said Georgi Stoev - Chairman of the Board of Trukia Tech. The Sustainable Cities Fund is also involved in the project. He finances business projects in various areas of urban and economic development. "It's extremely what we attend today. Unification is important. I extremely believe in the economic development of this region. I will be glad that much of the Fund's investments are in this territory, "said Nadia Dankinova, CEO of Flag / Sustainable Cities Fund. The catalog includes items such as infrastructure, population, education, salary and human resources. 09/11/2019

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  • A large economic forum discussed business cooperation between Sliven, Bydgoszcz and Nis

    The municipality of Sliven brought together representatives of various institutions extremely important for the economic development of Sliven, Bydgoszcz (Poland) and Nis (Serbia). The Economic Forum was held today at the National Palace Hotel: "The future of Europe - employment, growth and investment - together we can do more". The forum aims to present investment opportunities in Sliven and the region, in partner cities, to encourage direct contacts between representatives of Bulgarian, Polish and Serbian businesses, to create conditions for the exchange of good practices and the establishment of business partnerships. In his welcoming speech to the participants, Mayor Stefan Radev said that the motto of the "Together we can more" meeting is fully valid for the economic development of all regions. "Our aim is not only to show the hospitality of Sliven, but also to permanently reestablish links with Bydgoszcz. Poland is one of the fastest developing countries of the Eastern bloc after the great wave of accession to the European Union. I am convinced that we can draw on many good practices from what they have achieved so far. I also hope to create lasting contacts with Nis - one of the fastest growing cities in Serbia, from which we can also draw on the experience of attracting large companies, "said Mayor Stefan Radev. "Thank you very much for organizing this meeting. Through it, we accelerate our international cooperation. It will promote the activities of people and businesses. If the mayors of the three cities did not understand the importance of the event, there was no way to grow the business. We see that the mayor of Sliven understands all this. We see that the city is moving forward. Thanks for the hospitality. We feel great here, ”said Joanna Zatai-Ross, Plenipotentiary of Bydgoszcz Mayor Rafal Bruschi for international cooperation. "It's inspiring to be here today. I was in Sliven 7 years ago. I see that the city is developing positively. I can see that there is a bigger industry, the buildings look better, the sites are nicer and cleaner than the last time I was here. I also congratulate Bydgoszcz. Poland is one example of how it is developing and how European values ​​are respected. Bulgaria and Serbia are small countries. Together we can build a good economy and make the Balkans a better place to live, "said Alexander Milevich, director of the Regional Chamber of Commerce-Nis. "I remember a few years ago we started our relations with Bulgaria, when some tens of thousands of euros were turnover. It is now about 2 billion. Thanks to meetings like this, because you are looking for common areas of interest, this will work to your advantage. I know people from Sliven we work with. This partnership will continue to be improved and deepened. Apart from sports, I think we will also show success in economic development, "said Marcin Pavlak, Vice President of Employers Republic of Poland, which is the largest and oldest employer organization in Poland. "I am from Sliven. I am proud of that. In my accounts and calculations - Sliven has a bright future. Today you can find the right partners here - both in the face of the Municipality of Sliven and in the face of the local business. All the prerequisites are available here for attracting and retaining both small and large investments in the region, "said Vladimir Rusev - Chairman of the Polish-Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce. The event is part of an international twinning meeting with the cities of Bydgoszcz (Poland) and Nis (Serbia), organized by the Sliven Municipality in partnership with the two cities under the "United Europe - Security, Solidarity and Stability for All" project under the Europe for Europe Program citizens ”. 09/11/2019

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  • Bydgoszcz and Nis guests - fascinated by the hospitality and sights of Sliven

    The International Meeting Europe - Our Common Home continues in Sliven. After sliding with Bydgoszcz and Nis on Monday, guests from Poland and Serbia had the opportunity to explore some of the city's landmarks. They explained that they were impressed by the warm welcome and hospitality of the city under the Blue Stones. "I'm very surprised by what I saw, because Sliven is in close proximity to a big mountain. We toured several places, we were able to see old houses, the old part of the city, which were very interesting to me. Sliven is a new city for us. We had no idea what it was. But now that we have met him, I think we will be some good ambassadors for Sliven to the people of Bydgoszcz, "commented his impressions of Sliven, Blessed Staverski - in charge of presenting Bydgoszcz. "I am in Sliven for the first time and I liked it a lot. We looked at historic buildings and monuments, museums, cultural institutes and I was really impressed. When we return to Nis we will talk about what we saw here. I will surely tell them that Sliven is an extremely hospitable city and they will like it a lot here, "said Vesna Srdilovic, responsible for Niš's economic development. The international event is organized by the Sliven Municipality in partnership with the cities of Bydgoszcz (Poland) and Nis (Serbia) within the framework of the United Europe - Security, Solidarity and Stability for All project under the Europe for Citizens Program. Today, the three cities presented their culture and education. In the afternoon, the event continued with a discussion on youth topics and good practices. On Wednesday, the focus of the international meeting is economic cooperation and a presentation of the economic common area between Sliven and Yambol. 10/09/2019

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  • Opportunities for Youth in Sliven, Bydgoszcz and Niš were presented at an international meeting

    The Youth Debate "United Europe - Safety, Solidarity and Stability" was held in May Hall. The forum is part of the events of the three-day International Meeting between Sliven, Bydgoszcz /Poland/ and Niš /Serbia/. Deputy Mayor Stoyan Markov congratulated participants on behalf of the Mayor Stefan Radev and expressed confidence that the meeting was just the beginning of a good future partnership. Symbolic hosts of the meeting were the Branch of the Sofia Technical University in Sliven and Youth Center Sliven, who presented their activities. Good practices and ideas in the field of youth activities and sports were shared during the forum and opportunities for partnerships between the representatives of the three cities were discussed. The international event is organized by the Sliven Municipality in partnership with the cities of Bydgoszcz (Poland) and Niš (Serbia) is within the Project “United Europe - Security, Solidarity and Stability for All”co-financed by the European Union through the Europe for Citizens Programme.

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  • The possibilities for cultural cooperation were discussed by Sliven, Bydgoszcz and Nis

    The International Meeting Europe - Our Common Home in Sliven continues. A forum dedicated to the culture, history and education of Sliven, Bydgoszcz (Poland) and Niš (Serbia) was held today in the May Hall. Sliven representatives and guests from Poland and Serbia made a presentation in their cities. Deputy Mayor Pepa Chilikova welcomed the participants in her opening speach. She hopes that a successful partnership and cultural cooperation between the three cities will be launched today. "We have prepared for you to a great extent the opportunities for culture and art in our city and I hope that you will participate in the future editions of our festivals and, of course, find interesting events to tell to your fellow citizens. For us, the main objective in the field of culture is to build lasting cultural bridges with European cultural centers and especially with our twin cities. I am convinced that as of yesterday, with the beginning of a good joint cooperation between Sliven, Nis and Bydgoszcz, today we will start the cooperation in the field of culture, art and education" - said Pepa Chilikova - Deputy Mayor in her welcome speach. The international event is organized by the Sliven Municipality in partnership with the cities of Bydgoszcz (Poland) and Niš (Serbia) is within the Project “United Europe - Security, Solidarity and Stability for All”co-financed by the European Union through the Europe for Citizens Programme.

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  • The cities of Sliven, Bydgoszcz and Niš started a joint partnership

    At an official ceremony in the May Hall today, Sliven has twinned with the cities of Bydgoszcz (Poland) and Niš (Serbia). The event was attended by delegates and diplomats from both countries. The meeting is held under the motto "Together we can do more". In his welcome speach, the Mayor of Sliven - Stefan Radev stressed that Europe unites citizens. "Welcome to Sliven! We really can do more together, which is the motto of the meeting. In this digital world it is good to see each other face to face and talk to each other in person. The most important thing we can do together is to trace the path of cooperation in the fields of culture, education, youth activities, business. I am convinced that we have much to learn from the good experience of the fast-growing cities as Bydgoszcz and Nis. I am convinced that we also have a lot to show. Our city is not only very beautiful, but also the first industrial city in Bulgaria, it is a home to many hardworking and hospitable people too. I take this opportunity to congratulate you on behalf of the citizens of Sliven Municipality with welcome. I really hope that we will lay the foundations for a long-standing cooperation, from which we will mutually benefit and create the basis for many friendships between the people of the three cities. I wish all of you a very pleasant time in Sliven, many new friends to meet here, and I wish our cities to be one step to build long-term and fruitful cooperation, ”said Mayor Radev, who was greeted with great applause. The guests thanked for the good organization and realization of this project. "It is very important and we are happy to be here today. Thanks for the meeting. There are no random people in our delegation. They are all specialists in different fields and I believe we will find many common ground in which to cooperate, "said Joanna Zataj-Ross, Deputy of the Mayor of Bydgoszcz Rafal Bruscki on international cooperation. "I am very pleased to be here today to see with my eyes your initiative. Europe is one and the world is not big. And although it seems to us that everything is close, the actual meetings look different. I would like with this event we share ideas and opinions. I hope that this participation will be useful" - commented Andrzej Mojkowski, Chargé d’affaires at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Bulgaria. "It is a great honor and pleasure to come to your city. You are extremely hospitable. The warm welcome made all of us feel great here. I convey my heartiest greetings from the Mayor of Niš and his wishes for the development of your city. This meeting promises a lot about this partnership in various fields such as culture, education, technology. It is important because this is how contact is made between the cities "- said Marina Kostic, Deputy of the Mayor of Niš Darko Bulatovic. "It is a great honor and responsibility to be here at such a meeting, which is attended by so many people from three cities, from three nationalities. There is an energy in all of you that heralds good co-operation" - said Gordana Bozic, Minister Counselor at the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Sofia. The event was attended by Dimitar Mitev - Chairman of the City Council of Sliven, Kamen Kostov - Deputy Governor of Sliven District, Bratislav Vucovic - Member of the City Council of Niš, representatives of the administration, educational and cultural institutions, universities, chambers of commerce and industry, local and regional development agencies, industrial and technological parks, tourist and cultural centers, business representatives, non-profit organizations and media from the cities of Sliven, Bydgoszcz and Niš, as well as from other cities in Bulgaria, Poland and Serbia. All three cities were promoted at the forum with their nature, culture, economy, education and development opportunities. The program provides a tour of the cultural and historical sights of Sliven. The international meeting continues until Wednesday, including. For Tuesday a cultural forum is scheduled: "Europe - our common home" and the Youth Debate: "United Europe - Security, Solidarity and Stability". On Wednesday is the Economic Forum: "The future of Europe - employment, growth and investment - together we can do more". It will also present for the first time the business directory "Sliven and Yambol Investment Destination", which presents the two municipalities as one economic unit. The international event is organized by the Sliven Municipality in partnership with the cities of Bydgoszcz (Poland) and Niš (Serbia) is within the Project “United Europe - Security, Solidarity and Stability for All”co-financed by the European Union through the Europe for Citizens Programme.

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  • Interaction agreements between Sliven, Bydgoszcz / Poland / and Nis (Serbia) to be signed in September

    Co-operation agreements between the cities of Sliven, Bydgoszcz / Poland / and Nis (Serbia) will be signed at an international meeting in Sliven in September. The forum is organized by the Municipality of Sliven within the framework of the project United Europe - Security, Solidarity and Stability for All under the Europe for Citizens Program. It will take place from 9 to 11 September. On the first day, twinning agreements will be signed between the three cities. Then, on September 10, a cultural forum will take place: "Europe is our common home". It will host meetings with representatives of culture, education and the arts from Bulgaria, Poland and Serbia. The day will continue with the Youth Debate Meeting: "United Europe - Security, Solidarity, Stability". On September 11, at the Maxima Hall of the National Hotel, an economic forum will be held: "The future of Europe - employment, growth and investment - we can do more together". It will present the business directory "Sliven and Yambol Investment Destination" to attract investors in the region. "We will present Sliven and Yambol as an investment destination. Guests will also be our consultants on this project - "Thrace Tech" - the platform for attracting technology investors. For the first time, two regional cities are joining forces to represent the region as one investment destination, "Sliven Mayor Stefan Radev explained at a briefing in the Municipality. The municipality of Sliven is looking for preserved photographs and other documents related to a restaurant from the recent past called Bydgoszcz. In 1985 Sliven twinned with the Polish city. Until the democratic changes and the early 1990s, contacts between the two municipalities were regular and fruitful, but for various reasons they then weakened and a long pause was established. Thanks to the Sliven Municipality's project for the Europe for Citizens program, Bydgoszcz has resumed its close relationship and on 9 September a Polish delegation will participate in a meeting to sign a new agreement on cooperation and restoration of twinning relations. In addition to Bydgoszcz, Sliven will also be twinned with the Serbian city of Nis, also within the framework of the mentioned project. "In this regard, the Municipality of Sliven requests that citizens, who have in their personal and family archives, photographs of the former Bydgoszcz Restaurant, also called the Cooperative Meeting and now the building of the office of the Allianz Company, be shared and made available, thus contributing to the organization of the meeting and the forthcoming twinning in general, ”said Deputy Mayor Stoyan Markov. Also of interest are written documents from that era, personal memories related to exchanges, travel, cooperation between the cities of Bydgoszcz and Sliven, between various enterprises and officials. Anyone who has such materials and is willing to share them can send them to e-mail: sminchev@sliven.bg or call us on 044/611 110 or 0898 898 201.

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