THE ASPECTS OF ECONOMIC SECURITY AS A PART OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
 
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National Military University “Vassil Levski”, Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
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Vasil Levsky Defence University in Vieliko Tarnovo
Publication date: 2017-10-10
 
Przegląd Nauk o Obronności 2017;(4):61–79
 
ABSTRACT
A national security system is built to achieve the efforts in management of state institutions, local authorities, business entities, citizens and their organizations to guarantee the principles of democracy and sustainable economic development and the prosperity of a country. The unstable economic, negative political environment and low standard of living generate a variety of new threats facing national and international security. Because of the economic crisis and widening opportunities for transport, travel and border crossings the organized crime and migration take an advantage. Therefore, the key points in ensuring economic security are strongly connected with preserving macroeconomic stability, maintaining the economies and financial systems of countries in the conditions of international processes of financial and economic crisis, protecting the economic interests of the countries, and maintaining an effective supervision and continuity of the process of functioning of the economic infrastructure.
 
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