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Real results in the dialogue with Bulgaria will accelerate the European integration of North Macedonia

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Achieving progress in the process of European integration of the Western Balkan countries was the focus of a meeting in Sofia between Bulgarian President Rumen Radev and European Neighborhood and Enlargement Commissioner Olivér Várhelyi.  Bulgaria's Minister of Foreign Affairs Svetlan Stoev also took part in the conversation. 
Radev said Bulgaria expects effective action from EU institutions to promote the values ​​of democracy and respect for human rights in North Macedonia. The President stressed that 120,000 Bulgarian citizens in North Macedonia are also EU citizens and Bulgaria relies on the support of the European institutions for the effective respect of their rights, according to the press office of the presidency.

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