Zaev and Pendarovski do not feel responsible for Bulgaria’s veto on North Macedonia’s EU accession talks North Macedonia’s President Stevo Pendarovski and this country’s Premier Zoran Zaev do not feel responsible for Bulgaria’s veto on..
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of North Macedonia has come out with a statement condemning the video published last night on social networks, which shows young people burning the Bulgarian flag, Macedonian media reported, quoted by..
The political parties GERB, BSP for Bulgaria, United Patriots and Volya supported the government's position on the negotiations for the accession of the Republic of North Macedonia to the European Union , BTA reported. The MPs from the Movement for..
Bulgaria's veto on North Macedonia is "the biggest defeat for the EU and a great injustice," Prime Minister Zoran Zaev said, adding that he met Bulgaria's decision to block the start of his country's accession talks with difficulty and bitterness, BTA..
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..
Bulgaria supports the start of negotiations for Albania's accession to the European Union, as it has fulfilled most of the conditions. At the moment, however, our country cannot support the negotiating framework for EU membership of North Macedonia...
Brussels is unlikely to approve the start of North Macedonia's talks with the EU, but hopes are that this is still likely to happen in December , Skopje-based Vecer newspaper reports. The news from Berlin was announced by Prime Minister Zoran Zaev..
The Republic of North Macedonia will have a place in the EU when it is ready. At the moment, Bulgaria does not think it is ready, Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva told BNT. Bulgaria continues to be a supporter of..
On November 17, Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva is to participate in the EU Council of Foreign Ministers. Sofia is expected to say it supports the start of talks between the Republic of North Macedonia and the EU,..
"It is becoming increasingly certain that Bulgaria would block North Macedonia and it would not start negotiations with the EU," North Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev has told local media, warning that the decision could cause adverse events in both..