The protocol on the Good Neighborliness Treaty with Bulgaria, which was drafted and harmonized with the participation of government representatives of Macedonia and Bulgaria and the Negotiating Framework, submitted by the French EU Presidency and in which bilateral disputes are set as part of the conditions for obtaining the date for negotiations to be immediately submitted to the MPs in the Parliament’s Foreign Policy Committee, requested its chairperson Antonio Miloshoski.
The MP sent a letter to the Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski and the Minister of Foreign Affairs Bujar Osmani, in order to hold a session of the Foreign Policy Committee on Wednesday, because the day after tomorrow, when the session of the EU Council is held, it may be too late.
“Due to the great interest, I propose that the session of the Commission be open to the public, but in accordance with the Rules of Procedure of the Assembly of the Republic of Macedonia, you have the right to request that it be closed. Bulgaria has the right to decide to discuss the topic of Macedonia in their Assembly, but for the Government and the Parliament in Macedonia, such a debate in the House of Representatives is a constitutional and moral obligation, because it is about our country,” reads Miloshoski’s letter.
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