EU Ambassador to Skopje David Gere said that Bulgarian MP Angel Kampaski’s remarks did not reflect the values of the European Union.
Regarding recent statements by MEP Angel Dzambaski on territorial claims, Ambassador David Gere stated that both the European Parliament and the Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs have distanced themselves from these statements.
The European ambassador said, however, that such allegations do not and cannot represent the European Union.
Stressing that it did not reflect the values on which the European Union was founded, Gere said: “It is unacceptable for a prominent person to make such statements about anyone, let alone a democratically elected head of state of a sovereign state.” He said.
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