Radev: Bulgaria will not say “yes” to negotiations


Despite “pressure from European partners”, Bulgaria will not give in to the issue of opening accession talks with Macedonia until bilateral issues are resolved, Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev said.

According to Brussels media, Radev warned that his country would not be able to say “yes” to opening accession talks with Skopje until it saw sustainable mechanisms for “eradicating malicious narrative and relations” with Bulgaria from textbooks, museums, monuments, media or government policies and until he is convinced that Macedonia “will not build its identity by stealing from the history of Bulgaria”.

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