No progress in historic commission between Sofia, Skopje, claims Bulgarian Co-Chair Dimitrov


Unfortunately, there has been no significant progress since the historic commission meeting between Bulgaria and Macedonia. There is an optimistic step forward, compared to what it was in previous years. And that was at the previous meeting, co-chair of the Joint Commission on Historical Issues Angel Dimitrov said on Monday.

“Our first meeting this year in Sofia coincided with the first two days of Russian aggression against Ukraine and it was not so clear what we achieved, but it was not very impressive. It was a common position that we achieved over the years with how to reflect the time of Tsar Samuel and his country in textbooks in North Macedonia. However, that does not mean anything. This is just a proposal to the government, and no one can say when it will be realized. Maybe in2-3, or maybe in 10 years from now,” Dimitrov told BNT.

According to Dimitrov, the last meeting somewhat cooled down the enthusiasm.

“On the first day we reached an agreement on Bogomilism, which is not such an important issue from the point of view of the differences between the two countries,” Dimitrov said.

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