Bulgaria wants new eastern Europe seats in UN Security Council

Bulgaria wants at least one new non-permanent UN Security Council seat for Eastern Europe, Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov told the UN General Assembly. Mladenov spoke Tuesday during the General Debate of the 65th session of the United Nations General Assembly, outlining Bulgaria’s views and priorities as a member of the global organization. In his speech, he urged the international community “to prove wrong all those who believe that the world is heading for an irresolvable clash of civilizations”, while also vowing increased involvement on part of Bulgaria in international humanitarian efforts.

One of the main points that Mladenov focused in his speech was the commitment to peace and stability in the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean, including the resolving of the issues in the Western Balkans.

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