There’s no new agreement with Bulgaria, only improving mutual communication at all levels, Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani said Wednesday.
I want to make something clear about relations with Bulgaria and my visit there: there’s no new agreement, only strengthening mutual cooperation at multiple levels. Both countries are openly discussing all issues stemming from the Friendship Agreement and are working to ensure commissions’ activities resume uninterrupted. The joint multidisciplinary commission on historical and educational issues will meet on Thursday and Friday in Skopje, thus making a step towards achieving agreement provisions,” said the Foreign Minister
Osmani stressed that his visit to Bulgaria was successful because it strengthened bilateral communication, but most importantly, it reaffirmed common interest in North Macedonia’s EU prospects.