Bulgaria continues with its plan to convert the national currency to the euro from 2024, but the government must step up its efforts to achieve this change in the population, which remains divided on the issue. This was stated by Kiril Petkov in an interview with Bloomberg, and the agency confirmed that this is the official receipt of the affordable exchange rate for the single currency since it headed the government in December.
It will be broadcast tonight at 20:30 in the show “The world is business” on Bloomberg TV Bulgaria, and excerpts from it will be broadcast in “The Day ON AIR” on Bulgaria ON AIR.
- In it, the Prime Minister also announced that this is being worked on Bulgaria to enter the Schengen area within 6 months.
- As well as preparing the introduction of C employees to have an OVD certificateif they want to be allowed to work.
Support among Bulgarians for joining the eurozone is volatile, with about half believing it will be bad, and three-quarters worried they will speculate on rising prices, according to a July Eurobarometer survey cited by author Slav Okov. .
“This cannot come from nothing. When it is not well communicated and then applied or imposed on the population, there is always a risk of political instability, which there would not be,” Bloomberg quoted him as saying. The publication reminds that the Bulgarian government already has a problem with the poor explanation of the measures against COVID-19 and vaccination.
The agency does not mention that the Minister of Finance Asen Vassilev, who is also an associate of Petkov, was founded and the leadership of the project “We continue the change”, has a year of speaking, questioning the ability of Bulgaria to prepare for the introduction of the euro in 2024 , as the previous regular rule of GERB set a goal.
Until the renunciation of the lev, a currency board will operate upon reaching the exchange rate.
“The fragmented four-party coalition was created with difficult tasks, while Bulgaria or the ongoing political crisis, marked by scandals of corruption, mass distrust of public institutions and increasing inequality. rich countries in the EU “, Bloomberg writes. Doubts among the eurozone countries for the integration of the more backward Bulgaria, as well as rising inflation are slowing down the process of adopting the euro, the agency said.
Expect details later on www.dnevnik.bg.