President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump encounters GOP resistance to investigating Hunter Biden Trump's 2016 team sounds alarm as Democrats make gains Whistleblower lawyer sends cease and desist to White House over Trump's attacks MORE will host the Bulgarian prime minister at the White House later this month, the White House announced Friday.
Trump and Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov will meet at the White House on Nov. 25, White House press secretary Stephanie GrishamStephanie GrishamNew book by anonymous op-ed author details difficulties staff had in briefing Trump Maddow: Anonymous op-ed author details 'steady state' that kept 'wheels from coming off the White House wagon' Anonymous op-ed writer claims senior Trump officials considered resigning in 'midnight self-massacre:' book MORE said in a statement Friday. The two leaders plan to discuss security in the Black Sea region, energy and "countering malign influence," Grisham said.
The visit will mark Borissov's first to the White House during the Trump administration.
"The United States and Bulgaria are NATO Allies and the President looks forward to discussing ways to strengthen the two nations' common security interests, especially in ensuring stability in the Black Sea region, facilitating energy diversification, and countering malign influence threatening Bulgaria's sovereignty," Grisham said.
"President Trump looks forward to Prime Minister Borissov's visit and celebrating the ties that underpin the bilateral relationship," Grisham added.