Zaev: Bulgaria does not demand change of the Constitution

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Prime Minister Zoran Zaev in a statement after the international scientific conference on the Macedonian language said that Bulgaria did not demand changes in the Constitution.

“Bulgaria does not demand changes in the Constitution and I do not think there is a need to change the agreement with Bulgaria,” Zaev told reporters, noting that the current good-neighborly treaty with Bulgaria was a good deal.

At Tuesday’s government session, PM Zaev stated that he would demand the resignation of director Lidija Dimova, who was involved in a scandal with misuse of European money.

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