Macedonia PM: Bulgaria Should Resume Constructive Attitude
Bulgaria should not leave behind the constructive attitude in its relations with Macedonia, argued Macedonian PM Nikola Gruevski.
Gruevski spoke to the media after meeting Bulgarian counterpart Plamen Oresharski in Brussels.
"The authorities in Bulgaria must apply in practice the vow of former PM Boyko Borisov that Bulgaria will not be blocking Macedonia in its EU bid," said the Macedonian PM.
He further commented that the meeting with PM Oresharski went in a constructive tone.
"We have the will to reach agreement for the text of the Friendship Treaty that the Bulgarian side is insisting on," said Gruevski.
End of July, Oresharski and Gruevski held an important meeting in the Bulgarian city of Kyustendil, halfway between Sofia and Skopje, during which they achieved considerable progress towards negotiating the treaty.
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Bulgaria still has a belief tha Macadonia should really belong to them . Despite the Macadonians not wanting any association with this "supposed" fact . If Macadonia joins the E.U. the Bulgarians regonise that any chance of realising this dream will be over . Not that they had any chance anyway .