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Skopje approves reduction of roaming prices between Macedonia and Bulgaria

Roaming; Photo: European Parliament

SKOPJE – The Government of Macedonia has approved a project on Memorandum of Understanding among the Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Ministry of Information Society and Administration of Macedonia for reducing the international costs for roaming for telecommunication services.

The document will be signed at the government’s session of both countries which will be held tomorrow in Strumica.

The abolition of roaming in the countries of the Western Balkans with the European Union is one of the priorities of the Bulgarian Government, and with the Bulgarian EU Commissioner Maria Gabriel, as well.

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