The President of VMRO-DPMNE, Hristijan Mickoski, met with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria, Kiril Petkov, at the party headquarters. At the meeting they discussed the current situation related to the relations between the two countries, VMRO DPMNE informs. At the meeting they also discussed for the citizens of both countries, and that Mickoski kept the same positions that are publicly known.
The need for cooperation on topics that will secure a better the future, investments in education, science, Corridor 8 and other projects important for both countries were pointed out.
-Bridges, open relations and mutual respect are needed, instead of blockades, said Mickoski.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Petkov, after the meeting, in a statement for TV Alsat, said that they discussed the working groups, for which they received support from VMRO DPMNE. Petkov also said that they had a constructive conversation on infrastructure tasks, the Skopje-Sofia airline route, Corridor 8, and that these are priorities that are at a national level and are above all other issues.
Answering the question whether they discussed about the entry of Bulgarians in the Constitution and the position of VMRO DPMNE on that issue, Petkov answered that currently the focus is on topics of infrastructure, economy and culture, and that all other issues will be left to the working groups, so they focused only on the positive, instead of focusing on the problems.