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Reducing roaming prices with neighboring Macedonia and Serbia continues to be a top priority in the work of the Bulgarian commissioner for digital economy and society, Mariya Gabriel. Today she is in Kyustendil and she has a conversation with students of "Dr. Peter Beron" Language School, which she graduated, the theme is "Young People in the Digital World".
As political tensions rise amid spiraling speculation about snap polls, the battle between leftist SYRIZA and the centrist Movement for Change (KINAL) for center-left voters appears to be shifting to northern Greece, with the former eager to limit damage incurred due to the contentious Prespes deal with what is now North Macedonia and KINAL keen to capitalize on the ruling party's losses.
On February 25, Monday, at 11:00, President Rumen Radev will welcome the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Northern Macedonia, Nikola Dimitrov. Dimitrov's visit to Bulgaria takes place a few days after the Bulgarian Parliament voted for the Protocol on the Accession of the Republic of Northern Macedonia to NATO, reported NOVA TV.
Serbian officials had promptly warned about a black market springing up, immediately after Pristina (increased by 100 percent) its taxes on Serbian product, Ljajic told Radio-Television Serbia on Wednesday.
And he added, "When you look at the stores in the north and the south of Kosovo, you can seen that there are Serbian goods that appear there via various channels."
National Assembly President Tsveta Karayancheva spoke with her colleague from the Assembly of the Republic of Northern Macedonia Talat Xhaferi, reported the Bulgarian National Television.
He is in Bulgaria on the occasion of the vote in the National Assembly on the bill for ratification of the Protocol to the North Atlantic Treaty of Accession of the Republic of Northern Macedonia.