Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Simeon Djankov, is giving Monday a lecture at Harvard University dedicated to the country's financial stability.
The information is reported by the Bulgarian Finance Ministry press center.
Djankov is on a working visit to the US which will conclude on March 6.
The Minister will also meet Harvard professors, the University leadership and Bulgarian college students from the Boston area.
Other events in Djankov's US agenda will also focus on Bulgaria's regional role, financial stability, and opportunities for new investments.
The Minister will further meet with a number of Bulgarian communities on the East Coast, the boards of the two Bulgarian schools in New York, and the trustees of Bulgarian churches along with a meeting with world-famous Bulgarian artist Hristo Yavashev, Christo.
On March 3, Bulgaria's National Holiday, Djankov will take part in a live broadcast of the Florida-based Bulgarian internet radio "Otzvuk" (Echo) to answer questions of Bulgarian expats.
The Minister is married to an American whom he met while working for the World Bank.