After a two-day visit to Hungary, Prime Minister Edi Rama is in Bulgaria, where he held a working meeting on Thursday morning with President Rumen Radev.
In a Facebook post, Rama wrote that they discussed the stalemate between North Macedonia and Bulgaria. According to Rama, this stalemate is currently hindering the convening of the EU-Albania Intergovernmental Conference.
“Sofia – Working breakfast with President Rumen Radev on the excellent bilateral relations and the need for dialogue between the parties to resolve the critical impasse between Bulgaria and North Macedonia (which currently prevents the convening of the EU-Albania Intergovernmental Conference),” Rama wrote. /argumentum.al