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Macron ready to bring Sofia and Skopje together in Paris, “when the time comes”

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Its goal is for the two countries to conclude a bilateral agreement that would allow the start of negotiations for the accession of RS Macedonia to the EU.

French President Emmanuel Macron has expressed readiness to bring together in Paris, “when the time comes”, representatives of the authorities in Sofia and Skopje to conclude a bilateral agreement that would allow negotiations to begin on the accession of the Republic of Northern Macedonia (PCM) to the European Union. , reported AFP.

France, which holds the rotating presidency of the EU Council until the end of this month, has been supporting “for several weeks” efforts to find a solution to the dispute between the two countries, the Elysee Palace said last night after Macron’s telephone conversations with Bulgarian President Rumen Radev and Prime Minister RSM Dimitar Kovachevski.

The French president expressed his “full support for an agreement between the two countries that would contribute to good neighborly relations and specify the European perspective of Northern Macedonia”.

Since November 2020, Sofia has blocked the start of EU membership talks with Skopje over bilateral disputes over language and history.

Source: BTA

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