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Leftists in parliament want PM Borissov to present future policy towards North Macedonia

Kristian Vigenin
Photo: BGNES

Today, parliamentary hearings of two deputy prime ministers - Ekaterina Zaharieva and Krassimir Karakachanov will take place. They will speak on the topic of North Macedonia.

The majority rejected the leftists’ call to hear Prime Minister Boyko Borissov in the plenary hall. According to Kristian Vigenin of BSP, questions arise regarding the future policy towards our neighbor, the enlargement of the EU and the next steps of the Bulgarian government.

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