Bulgaria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed that the country‘s Ambassador to the Republic of North Macedonia Angel Angelov has returned to the Bulgarian Embassy in Skopje. He was summoned for consultations in Bulgaria after the assault against the secretary of the Bulgarian cultural club "Tsar Boris III " in Ohrid.
Ambassador Angelov is currently in the Republic of North Macedonia as an expression of Sofia's desire to de-escalate tensions with Skopje, Bulgaria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said. Angel Angelov was also part of the official delegation of Deputy Premier Ivan Demerdzhiev, who met with officials from North Macedonia to discuss measures for a peaceful and smooth comemmoration of the 151st birth anniversary of revolutionary Gotse Delchev on February 4.
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