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Bulgaria not changing politics regarding Macedonia

Submitted on Thursday, 30 July 2009No Comment
Bulgaria not changing politics regarding Macedonia

It’s expected from the new Bulgarian prime minister Boiko Borisov to rebuild the trust of the European Union in Bulgaria by continuing the reforms and the struggle against corruption and crime, which caused the stopping of EU funding.

These expectations towards Borisov don’t include any drastic changes in the Bulgarian relations with it’s neighbors, especially Macedonia, notes the Macedonian social democratic newspaper “Utrinski vestnik”.

The analysis called “Bulgaria isn’t changing it’s politics regarding Macedonia”, the newspaper notes: “Despite the generally good relations between the two countries on an official level, several problems are not yet addressed and pose a threat to the balance of relations: the denying of the existence of the Macedonian nation by Bulgarians, the denial of the existence of a Macedonian minority in the country and denying the registration of a political party for the Macedonians – OMO “Ilinden”-Pirin.”

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