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Osmani: Agreement for Good Neighborly Relations between Bulgaria and Macedonia adjusted

Bujar Osmani; Photo: DUI

meta_maliSOFIA – The results from the visit to Sofia are splendid. What is most important is that the delegations of both governments have agreed upon the text of the Agreement for Good Neighbourly Relations and some technical details still remain, but those can be adjusted during the visit of the Bulgarian Prime Minister Bojko Borisov in Macedonia on the 2nd of August, said PDeputy PM for Euro –Integrations, Bujar Osmani for the Bulgarian news agency BTA, Meta reports.

Osmani is part of the government’s delegation, that arrived yesterday on a two-day visit to Sofia, which is a first visit in a foreign country by the new Macedonian government. The first international activity was the visit to Brussels last week.

In the interview, he repeated the stated stance where all parties from the governing coalition to be included in the solution of Macedonia’s most bitter issues.

-Our goal is to close all open issues – the issue with the Framework Agreement in Macedonia, the issue with the Agreement for Good Neighbourly Relations with Bulgaria and only the issue with the name dispute with Greece will remain for the end. It is a difficult and emotional issue for which all political parties and sides must be involved – said Osmani.

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