Bulgaria’s MFA summons Macedonian Ambassador in Sofia after Pendarovski’s statement on Macedonian minority in Bulgaria


Bulgaria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned North Macedonia’s Ambassador in Sofia to a meeting about “recent public comments by politicians in the neighboring country and their false statements related to the Republic of Bulgaria,” the Bulgarian MFA said in a press release.

Without disclosing any specifics on the politicians or their comments, the release says Bulgaria’s MFA “categorically objects to any attempts to involve Bulgaria and our bilateral relations in the internal political debate in the Republic of North Macedonia, including in the context of the current election campaign.”

This reaction comes after the last public statement of the presidential candidate for a second term, Stevo Pendarovski, who said three days ago that “the Macedonian minority in Bulgaria has been mistreated for decades and is going through calvary”.

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