To enhance our public outreach, we aims at strong media and digital presence, and maintain our own radio broadcast, a webpage in Bulgarian, English and French, Facebook and Twitter account.The Institutes national and international partnerships with government, research, NGO and academic institutions is visible in the implementation of joint projects and exchange in the field of training, research and public activities and EU policies.
The last meeting of the EU-Montenegro Civil Society Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) took place in Brussels on 19 December.
Tanya Mihaylova Director of the Diplomatic Institute 9: start of 13th Diplomacy course for trainee attaches at the MFA; 18: discussion on The EU during the Maltese Presidency and Where Bulgaria Stands, Sofia Hotel Balkan; 27: public discussion within the Debates with MEPs programme, on the topic The Future of the European Project, Central Military Club, Sofia; was created on 23 September, 2003, pursuant to a Decree of the Council of Ministers.
Its status and functions were regulated by the Diplomatic Service Act adopted by the National Assembly on 13 September, 2007.
They meet all demands of modern diplomacy and use the good practices of our counterparts from all over the world.
To respond to the need of high-quality training, we focus on interactive and practical sessions and have as trainers Bulgarian and foreign diplomats, university professors and other highly qualified experts, providing the benefit of a broad range of opinions and approaches.