Agreed with Bulgaria: Changes in history and geography textbooks

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The action plan is 99% complete, which gives us hope of holding an intergovernmental conference in the next few weeks to create suitable atmosphere before talks, which our PM hopes will happen in March or June, following the formation of the new Bulgarian government, Vlado Buchkovski, the government’s Special Representative for Bulgaria, said on Tuesday.

“The idea put forward by North Macedonia’s Foreign Ministry, which has been accepted by the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry is to adopt the document at a joint government conference, which we hoped would take place as soon as possible. However, Bulgaria is launching on March 5, the pre-election campaign. So, the fact that the action plan is 99% complete gives us hope of holding an intergovernmental conference in the next few weeks to create suitable atmosphere before talks, which our PM hopes will happen in March or June, following the formation of the new Bulgarian government,” Buchkovski told “360 stepeni.”

He noted that all that’s left to do regarding the action plan is work out technical details, adding that efforts made by North Macedonia and Bulgaria in the media sector will ensure balanced approach to reporting.

“Bulgaria has insisted on a package containing beside the action plan ways to resolve open issues, which we see as political issues that will take longer to settle. These include disputes over the long and short name of the country, minorities, language and the systematic fight against hate speech in both countries. What both countries have done in the media sector, making efforts for showing BTV content on MTV, making several private Bulgarian TV stations available to Max TV users, cooperation between MIA and BTA, etc. will ensure balanced approach to reporting,” Buchkovski said.

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