Tcherneva’s visit to Skopje as a forerunner of Petkov for his visit to Macedonia


In anticipation of the formation of a new government and the intensification of communication with Bulgaria in order to unblock the country’s European path, Paris sent a message that Skopje and Tirana should not be decoupled on their path to EU integration, while from Sofia, where reactions do not subside after the “proposal” of the ‘There is such a people’ (ITN) party leader Slavi Trifonov to conclude  Macedonia’s negotiations with the European Union by abolishing visas for Bulgarian citizens to the United States and admitting Bulgaria to the Schengen area, information has arrived that Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov’s foreign policy adviser Vessela Tcherneva visited Skopje on January 2.

Petkov’s visit is expected after the election of the new Government in the country, which according to the announcements should happen by the middle of January at the latest.

Доколку преземете содржина од оваа страница, во целост сте се согласиле со нејзините Услови за користење.


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