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20 Gennaio 2022



Deputy Minister Momchil Nekov Sofia - Bulgarian scientist Assoc. Prof. Dr. Daniela Konstantinova receives the silver plaque of the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of Slovakia, the Slovak embassy here said on Tuesday. The award for contribution to the promotion and dissemination of Slovak culture will be presented by Ambassador Manuel Korcek. The event will take place on January 25 at the Slovak Embassy. Daniela Konstantinova is an associate professor at the University of Veliko Tarnovo. Her research interests are in the field of Slavic and Slovak linguistics: lexicology, phraseology, and morphology, linguoculturology and methods of teaching Slovak as a foreign language. She is the author and co-author of many publications, including monographs, textbooks, and teaching aids in Slovak for Bulgarians. Her latest book, The Grammatical Category of Case, presents the concepts of grammatical case in Bulgarian and Slovak linguistics. The author analyses in detail the case system of the modern Slovak language and gives many examples, accompanied by translation and interpretations in Bulgarian. In a recent interview for BTA, Assoc. Prof. Konstantinova presented her view on the presence of cases in the Bulgarian language, how they hinder the study of a foreign language, the interest in Slovak, what is the interest of Slovaks in Bulgarian and why it is useful to know another Slavic language.T Sofia - Deputy Minister of Agriculture Momchil Nekov said, in a speech before 150 representatives of the agriculture sector, that working together will contribute to strong and sustainable policies, during a meeting of the thematic working group on producing a Strategic Plan for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) for the 2023 - 2027 period. Deputy agriculture ministers Ivan Hristanov and Stefan Burdzhev as well as trade unionists also joined in the meeting, said the Ministry. During the 6-hour video-conference meeting updated elements drafted in the Strategic Plan for the 2023-2027 CAP were introduced and discussed. A main focus of the debate was knowledge transfer in agriculture, innovations in farming, consultancy, professional training and skill acquisition. Other topics for discussion were sustainable income redistribution support, determining an upper limit and progressive reduction of payments, defining terms, labour migration and applying standards to social conditionality. Nekov added that the Ministry demanded increasing the COVID support and raising the maximum de minimis thresholds in order to support Bulgarian farmers (ICE SOFIA)

Fonte notizia: BTA