North Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovačevski said they want Bulgaria to elect a government focused on EU principles.
Prime Minister Dimitar Kovačevski answered a question about the elections in Bulgaria at a joint press conference with his Slovenian counterpart Robert Golub in Ljubljana today.
Kovaczewski said, “We hope that Bulgaria, as a neighboring country, will elect a political government that is 100% committed to the principles of the European Union, the principles of enlarging the union, respects all its neighbors and aims to establish good-neighborly relations with other countries.” He said.
Kovaczewski said North Macedonia believes that a European government in Sofia will defend all these principles.
Kovačevski emphasized that North Macedonia’s relations with Bulgaria are based on institutional communication, “This means communication between the government, the government, institutions, institutions, the president, and the president. Going back, many issues were discussed with the president and the Bulgarian government about several key issues for citizens and dealing with the crisis.” He rated it.
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