Scientific Applied Conference: Ministry of Interior 2030: Challenges to Security Policies
The UNWE hosted the Scientific Applied Conference: Ministry of Interior 2030: Challenges to Security Policies. In the Forum organized by the Public Administration Department, National Security Department and Society and Safety Foundation took part representatives of academic community, non-governmental and branch organizations as well as students.
|In the Large Conference Hall|
At the opening of the Conference attended the Rector of UNWE Prof. D.Sc.(Econ.) Statty Stattev, Prof. Dr. Dimitar Dimitrov, Dean of the Economics of Infrastructure Faculty and Head of the National and Regional Security Department, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alexander Valkov, Head of the Public Administration Department, moderator of the Forum, Dr. Georgy Krastev, Secretary of the Security Council at the Ministry of Interior, Prof. D.Sc.(Econ.) Stoyan Denchev, Rector of UNIBIT, Ilia Kuzmanov, Chairman of the Trustees Council of Society and Safety Foundation and Deputy Chairman of the Management Board of Syndicate Federation of Officials at the Ministry of Interior (SFOMI).
|Mr. Kuzmanov, Assoc. Prof. Valkov, Prof. Denchev, Prof. Stattev, Dr. Krastev, Prof. Dimitrov
I would like today`s Forum to become the first step to the academic community consolidation in all security dimensions, pointed out Prof. Stattev. He specified that the results of the Conference discussions should be systematized and presented to the responsible state institutions.
Let`s become the initiators of a Security Network, pointed out the Rector. It will be a network where the academic community will be the engine of the rationalization of security issues and their adequate solution. Prof. Stattev expressed his hope that the other universities would accept the idea and a future round table conference would address specific and significant scientific suggestions to the institutions responsible for the implementation of security policies. Let it not be the only edition of the Conference and let it become an effective traditional Forum, pointed out Prof. Stattev.
|Prof. Statty Stettev (on the left) and Georgy Kratsev|
We have high expectations to the Conference, pointed out Georgy Krastev who commented the National Security Strategy of the Republic of Bulgaria and laws in the sphere of national security protection. Making security policies requires the assistance of academic community, declared the Secretary of the Security Council. He expressed also an expectation that the Forum would made critical marks and would give new ideas. Georgy Krastev approved the idea of the Rector Prof. Stattev about the creation of strong academic Security Network.
|Participants in the Conference|
The words that define the situation in the modern world are two – insecurity and information, outlined Prof. Stoyan Denchev. The Rector of UNIBIT fully agreed with the idea of academic community consolidation on the issue as well as about the interaction with the structures of the Ministry of Interior having a practical vision on the specific parameters.
|Assoc. Prof. Valkov, Prof. Denchev and Prof. Stattev (from the left to the right)|
We need a perspective as well as your academic assistance, outlined to university representatives Ilia Kuzmanov (in the picture below).
Prof. Dimitar Dimitrov examined the close cooperation on the issue between the Departments at the UNWE as well as the interaction with other universities. It is necessary together with the Syndicates and the leadership of the Ministry of Interior to set our sights on the challenges, to find answers and options for solutions, outlined the Dean.
|Prof. Dimitrov (on the right)|
The participants in the Conference listened also to the Greeting address by the Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Krasimir Karakachanov in which is pointed out: “The implementation of Forums of such kind as yours is a tribune which gives an opportunity to define and discuss the challenges that the Security Sector in Bulgaria faces in the modern times. The wide circle of representation of its participants allows to be expressed various opinions in the frameworks of the constructive dialogue.”