- Thursday, July 12, 2018 9:07 AM
Sofia, 12 July 2018 (MIA) - We welcome the NATO summit decision to begin accession talks with the Republic of Macedonia - a decisive step towards its Euro-Atlantic integration, says the Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
"We support the commitment of the government in Skopje to the implementation of reforms and enhancement of good neighborly relations," the Bulgarian MoFA said in a press release.
We will continue, it adds, to provide the necessary support in the spirit of the bilateral Treaty on Friendship, Good Neighborliness and Cooperation, and see the progress achieved as success of our active policy for the region's European and Euro-Atlantic future.
"Macedonia's invitation is a clear confirmation that the Alliance's 'open-door' policy is credible and contributes to the security and stability of the Euro-Atlantic area," reads the press release. ik/09:05
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