Macedonia and Bulgaria will hold Joint Session in Strumica


The governments of Macedonia and Bulgaria in Strumica will hold the first joint session.

The governments of the Republic of Macedonia and Bulgaria, at the first joint session, started working on concrete cooperation projects. At the session that will be held on November 23 in Strumica, the two cabinets will review the possibilities for activating the relations between the ministries of foreign affairs, interaction and mutual assistance in disasters, support in the training and preparation of soldiers from the Armed Forces of the Republic of Macedonia, the cooperation in the field of telecommunications, investment and energy. Based on the agreements reached and in accordance with the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Neighborhood, bilateral documents will be signed. Progress in good neighborly relations between Bulgaria and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia will be marked by the adoption of a joint declaration.

The holding of the joint session was arranged during Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's official visit to Skopje in early August this year, when the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Neighborhood was concluded between the two countries.

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