“The citizenship application submitted by every law-abiding person is positive,” said Bulgarian Vice President Eliana Yotova. He said.
Regarding the renewal of citizenship for Bulgarian immigrants living in Turkey, Bulgarian Vice President Eliana Yotova said, “The application for citizenship for every law-abiding person is done positively. Sometimes these identity documents are actually lost, and then we cooperate as two countries to find these documents.” He said.
Yotova made statements to the AA reporter on several issues, notably the Bulgarian News Agency (BTA) opening a new bureau in Ankara and the demands of Bulgarian immigrants living in Turkey to renew their Bulgarian citizenship.
Stating that the opening of the BTA in Ankara will positively affect the relations between the two countries, Yotova said, “This place should not be seen as just a news office, I hope this place can turn into a cultural center in time.” Use the phrase.
Utova stated that through BTA, Bulgaria will receive more accurate news about Turkey and events in Bulgaria will be transmitted to Turkey more accurately.
Noting that Ankara will be the second headquarters of the BTA, Yotova said, “Investments will also be discussed here, and the development of mutual cooperation will also be discussed, so this is how we deal with the event.” Make an evaluation.
“Applying citizenship to every law-abiding person is a positive thing”
Pointing out that Bulgarian immigrants living in Turkey are a “bridge” between the two countries, Yotova explained that she followed the immigrants’ demands to retire, renew their identity cards, and their desire to obtain Bulgarian citizenship again.
All documents prepared in accordance with Bulgarian laws were concluded positively, Yotova said, “The citizenship application of every law-abiding person is positively carried out. Sometimes these identity documents are actually lost, and then we cooperate as two countries to find these documents.” He said.
Mustafa Kemal left us a legacy of friendship between the two countries.
Utova expressed her great honor by opening the exhibition “Sofia Days of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk”, which features historical documents and reports written by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk while he was serving as a military attaché in Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria.
Stating that the exhibition is the product of long and in-depth research between the two countries, Yotova said: “It is a great honor for us to serve as military attache in Sofia, one of the greatest political leaders of the 20th century, as well as one of the most charismatic, charismatic and romantic personalities.” He said.
Emphasizing that Atatürk left a legacy of friendship between Turkey and Bulgaria, Utova said: “At the same time, he showed a great example of vision in the field of human rights. We should read what he wrote and left more often, and we should not only commemorate Atatürk on anniversaries, So we will be more familiar. Share their comments.
Two lanes will be opened in Kapıkule, Kapitan Andreevo
Yotova indicated the following regarding the truck crossing problems at the Turkish-Bulgarian border:
“I have good news for you. We talked about this issue with Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay. At the end of last year, in December, the two presidents met, and during their meeting, decisions were made on the need to move quickly to solve the outstanding problems between the two countries.
Kapıkule border gate is one of the busiest border gates in Europe, Yotova said, “Today, two lanes will be opened in Kapıkule and Kapitan Andreevo. These lanes will mostly use refrigerated trucks (with refrigeration function), and we believe that this problem will be eliminated.” He said.
In addition, Utova noted the importance of the contract signed between Bulgar Gaz and BOTAŞ on January 3, adding that with this contract, natural gas will be more easily transported to Bulgaria and Europe.
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