Bulgarian Assembly ratified the Treaty between Bulgaria and Macedonia


The National Assembly in Bulgaria today unanimously ratified the Treaty of Friendship, Good Neighborly Relatioins and Cooperation between the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of Macedonia.

The ratification of the Agreement was supported by 186 MPs, and the Macedonian Ambassador to Bulgaria, Marijan Gjorcev, who was also present in the hall, Bulgarian media reported.

On Monday, the Macedonian Parliament, with 61 votes in favor and one abstention, voted in favor of the draft law on ratification of the agreement, which was signed on August 1st, last year, by the prime ministers of the two countries, Zoran Zaev and Boyko Borisov.

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said in European Parliament yesterday that Bulgaria and Macedonia are an example in the region on solving problems.

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