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Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev and his Estonian counterpart Toomas Ilves have agreed that the two countries have common stances and interests on the EU Cohesion Policy, the measures aimed at encouraging innovation, and energy diversification and market liberalization in line with the requirements of EU's Third Energy Package.The emphasis of Plevneliev's visit to Tallinn is on the experience of the Baltic country in the sphere of offering e-services to citizens and businesses. Ilves attributed Estonia's widely-recognized success in e-government to the political will for the achievement of this priority goal, adding that the state bodies in charge of the policy had been clearly designated.
The two heads of state agreed that Estonia would assist Bulgaria with the introduction of e-services for citizens reports Novinite.
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