Minister Angelkova had a working meeting with Ambassador H.E. Krzysztof Krajewski before his final departure from Bulgaria

28 September 2018

The Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova had a working meeting with the ambassador of Poland in Bulgaria H.E. Krzysztof Krajewski, who is leaving our country tomorrow.

Minister Angelkova thanked His Excellency for their effective partnership in the sphere of tourism. She expressed her contentment that Bulgaria managed to regain the trust of the Polish tourists and they choose our country as an attractive destination.

The minister pointed out that in 2017, over 394 thounsand Polish tourists resided in our country, which is an increase of 8% compared to the previous year. For the first eight months of 2018, these tourist visits made by Polish citizens exceed 334 thousand, which constitutes an increase of 6,5% compared to the same period of the previous year. Poland is the seventh largest market for inbound tourism for Bulgaria.

Ambassador Krajewski expressed his satisfaction with the fruitful joint work in the sphere of tourism and also said that his compatriots are really satisfied with their holiday in Bulgaria. He also added that in 2003, the number of Polish tourists in our country was about 25 thousand and this number was quite satisfactory back then. Today, the results are much better, said Ambassador Krajewski. He promised that his family and he will regularly come to Bulgaria as tourists and will continue to work hard to extend the amicable relationship established between the two countries. The diplomat also added that today’s meeting with Minister Angelkova was his last official meeting in Bulgaria, which is a guarantee for success.  

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