Bulgarian Minister of Transport and Communications Nikolay Sabev told BNT that the first flight to Skopje will be on February 11, and regular flights will start in March.
Along with Sabev in Skopje will be representatives of tour operators from Bulgaria, who will meet with their Macedonian counterparts. The biggest investors in the field of tourism from Bulgaria will take part in the talks together with the two line ministers.
Tour operators from Bulgaria and North Macedonia will have to agree on tour packages to make the visits of tourists from both countries profitable and attractive.
Thus, according to Transport Minister Nikolay Sabev, Bulgaria wants to attract two million tourists from Macedonia to visit its resorts.