Thursday, July 27, 2006

Naftemporiki: First Official Warning from Sofia to Skopje to Stop Anti-Bulgarian Campaign

Sofia/Skopje. The statement of Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ivaylo Kalfin created tension in relations Sofia-Skopje in the last two days, the Greek newspaper Naftemporiki stated. Kalfin announced that Bulgaria will not support unconditionally the accession of Macedonia to the EU as well as that the Macedonian authorities should abide to the principles of good neighborly relations and stop the aggression against the Bulgarian people and Bulgarian history.
This is the first official statement from Sofia to Skopje to stop the anti-Bulgarian campaign. It increased after the announcement of the fact that the ex Prime Minister of Macedonia Ljubcho Georgievski has got Bulgarian citizenship as well as 7,000 of his compatriots in the last couple of years, the newspaper reports.

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