National Recovery and Resilience Plan: Bulgaria


  • Krassimira Sredkova ofia University ‘St Kliment Ochridski’
  • Albena Velikova-Stoyanova Sofia University ‘St Kliment Ochridski’



Bulgaria, Investments, Plan, Reforms, Resources, Strategies


Bulgaria is still in the early stages of implementing the National Recovery and Resilience Plan. Because of the unstable political situation since 2020 the European Commission approved the Plan only at the end of May 2022. Furthermore, more than 22 laws and 60 strategies are necessary for implementation, and the current uncertainty very few steps are being taken. According to the RRP, the main tasks facing Bulgaria are education and qualifications, research and innovation, strengthening small and medium-sized enterprises, developing a decarbonised economy, sustainable agriculture paying attention to biodiversity, digitalisation, sustainable transport, development of local self-government, the environment, social inclusion, and health care. They are analysed in detail in this chapter in accordance with the activities of national institutions.




How to Cite

Sredkova, K., & Velikova-Stoyanova, A. (2022). National Recovery and Resilience Plan: Bulgaria. Italian Labour Law E-Journal, 15(1S).