EC on Bulgaria conditioning N. Macedonia: No member-state can interfere in domestic policies of other countries


The European Commission stated on Thursday that member-states can in no case interfere in the domestic affairs of other countries, be it EU members or not.

MIA asked EC spokesperson Dana Spinant about yesterday’s statement by Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev in Slovenia that he expected 120,000 people to be counted as Bulgarians at the Census in N. Macedonia.

“It is never acceptable that one country dictates another on anything,” said EC spokesperson Spinant.


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