Politics | October 24, 2001, Wednesday // 00:00

`The nineteen representatives of the NATO member states in the North Atlantic Council were unanimous that the foreign policy of the Bulgarian Government deserves the highest mark,` Foreign Minister Solomon Passy told to the journalists at the Sofia Airport upon his arrival from Brussels on October 23. Passy attended the European Conference on Terrorism in the Belgian capital. The Bulgarian Foreign Minister later joined the Bulgarian government delegation, led by Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg. `The Bulgarian officials were assured by the US representatives that during its summit meeting in Prague in 2002 NATO will take a decision for a substantial and more than symbolic enlargement,` Passy said. `During his meeting with NATO officials, including one with Secretary General George Robertson, the Bulgarian Prime Minister expressed Bulgaria`s readiness to send troops to guard the SFOR headquarters in Bosnia so that Alliance troops and resources could go to other parts of the world,` Passy also said. According to Passy, the governmental program was positively assessed in Brussels.

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