Osmani: Bulgaria sent a statement about the language back in 2017, but no one told us


The Macedonian Minister of Foreign Affairs Bujar Osmani, at the press conference with the Portuguese head of diplomacy Joao Gomes Cravinho, pointed out that Bulgaria sent a unilateral statement about the Macedonian language to the UN in 2017, but the public was not informed about it at all.
“A unilateral note on the Macedonian language with the same content was sent by Bulgaria to the United Nations in 2017, as soon as the Prespa Agreement was signed and as soon as the Macedonian language was entered in the map of world languages, but the public in our country was not informed about it. Now it also does this in the EU, where they sent that note for the first time in 2018, but it has no legal significance because Sofia voted for the Negotiating Framework in which our language is clear,” said Osmani.

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