Meeting the Copenhagen criteria is a prerequisite for the start of EU Membership talks with North Macedonia, President Rumen Radev said at a meeting with Petar Kolev, leader of the Civic Democratic Union (GDU) in North Macedonia. The Bulgarian..
After leaving the polling station, Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev was asked by a Macedonian journalist whether the new parliament would change Bulgaria's policy towards Skopje. "Bulgaria's policy does not depend on which government and which..
The Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has strongly condemned the speech of Dragan Gyurovski from VMRO-DPMNE made at a rally in Skopje, in which insulting and vulgar qualifications were used to address Bulgaria and the Bulgarians. The event..
At the invitation of member of the French Senate Loïc Hervé, Vice President Iliana Yotova has met with representatives of the France-Bulgaria Friendship Group in the Senate. A wide range of topics in the relations between Bulgaria and France..
Days before Portugal hands over the Presidency of the Council of the EU to Slovenia on July 1st, Portuguese Secretary of State for European Affairs, Ana Paula Zacarias said she expected Ljubljana to help resolve the issue between Bulgaria and North..
Prime Minister of North Macedonia, Zoran Zaev, will pay a visit to Sofia before June 20th. This is what Bulgarian President Rumen Radev and PM Zaev agreed in Brussels. Bulgarian Minister of Defense Georgi Panayotov took part in the conversation, as..
"The joint trip of delegations from Bulgaria and North Macedonia to Rome and the homage paid to the holy brothers Cyril and Methodius is a wonderful occasion to renew the dialogue between the two countries at the highest level." This was stated to..
Bulgaria is open to dialogue with North Macedonia and expects work in the spirit of sincerity and constructiveness from its closest neighbors. This was what Bulgarian Minister of Foreign Affairs Svetlan Stoev said after a meeting in Sofia with..
Bulgaria remains open for a transparent and pragmatic dialogue with North Macedonia, which would restore trust between the two countries and intensify bilateral cooperation in all areas of mutual interest. This was stated by the Ambassador of..
We want to erect military monuments on the territory of North Macedonia, but the talks are difficult, said Ivo Antonov from the Bulgarian Ministry of Defence for the Horizon program of the Bulgarian National Radio. The problems are not due to Bulgaria's..