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The use of videoconferencing will contribute to modernising Bulgaria’s judicial system and improving its accessibility. However, it will also bring Bulgaria closer to the good practices used in other Member States of the European Union.

The videoconferencing systems set up by the Ministry of Justice are located in 26 rooms within judicial buildings in Bulgaria (20 in courts and 6 in prisons). The videoconferencing rooms were established following the implementation of the project ‘Establishment of videoconferencing facilities and their use in the pre-trial and trial phases, including cross-border judicial cooperation’, financed by the Good Governance operational programme via the European Social Fund.

An overview of the videoconferencing facilities of the Bulgarian courts and the relevant contact details can be found here  PDF (449 Kb) en.

Last update: 15/01/2024

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