Macron vetoed them, now he has a proposal "when the time comes"
That agreement would enable the opening of negotiations for Skopje's accession to the European Union.
However, as he said, that will happen "when the time comes".
President Radev: There is No Progress on the Open Issues between Sofia and Skopje
President Radev: Providing Ukraine with Military Aid is a Dangerous Step towards involving Bulgaria in the War
"The parties are ignoring common sense. This decision of the National Assembly is a dangerous step towards involving Bulgaria in the war. The conflict will not be short, it will grow." This was stated to journalists by President Rumen Radev, who took part in the solemn consecration of the battle flags and the sacred flags of the Bulgarian Army.
President Radev: The Veto on North Macedonia should Remain until the Bulgarians are Included in the Constitution
"I cannot compromise with the rights of Macedonian Bulgarians. They must be in the Constitution." This was stated by Bulgarian President Rumen Radev in his half-hour speech at the opening of a conference on "European perspective for good neighborly relations between the Republic of Bulgaria and the Republic of North Macedonia".
Bulgarian President: Those who Insist on Military Aid to Ukraine do so out of Irresponsibility or Ignorance
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said "those who insisted on sending military aid to Ukraine were either behaving irresponsibly because they could not assess the risks to Bulgaria or because they were ignorant."
Bulgarian President congratulated the Muslim community in Bulgaria on Eid Mubarak
The Bulgarian head of state Rumen Radev congratulates the representatives of the Muslim faith in the country on the occasion of the holiday of Eid Mubarak (Kurban Bayramı). This was announced by the press office of the head of state.
"I sincerely wish your homes and loved ones to be blessed with health, well-being and prosperity," the president said in his address.
Bulgarian Minister: The Next Wave of Refugees will be from Russia
"None of the Bulgarian employers want Gazprom and payment in rubles. But everyone wants gas at reasonable prices so that we can remain competitive." This was said by the Minister of Innovation and Growth Daniel Lorer on Nova TV.
Bulgaria’s President: Politicians Ignore the War in the Name of Party Interest
"Politicians and demagogues do not have a sober assessment of the devastating potential of war or neglect it in the name of party or self-interest. Many have not risked their lives, but are willing to risk the lives of others", said President Rumen Radev, who boarded a Spanish Eurofighter fighter jet for a demonstration flight.
Bulgaria’s President accused the Government of being 'Cynical' for looking for Alternatives to Russian Gas
"It is cynical in the most energy-poor country in the EU, with the poorest people to say 'we will find another solution, we will pay more.' Some people may pay more, but others are on the edge and cannot pay more. Those who can afford to pay more and make decisions need to think about those who can't afford it. "
Bulgarian President: The Government owes a Definite Answer to the Citizens whose Interests it Serves
"There must be a careful approach to this conflict, which directly affects everything. There are a number of revelations about where the Bulgarian weapons are going. I wonder how the Minister of Energy will explain to the Bulgarians that Bulgarian weapons are fueling this conflict." This was stated by President Rumen Radev before he left for Spain today.