Macedonia and Bulgaria sign cooperation memorandum

The two Balkan countries on Thursday in Sofia signed a Euro-Atlantic cooperation memorandum in which they agreed to put past feuds behind them. 

Macedonia’s Foreign Minister, Nikola Poposki, and his Bulgarian counterpart, Nikolay Mladenov, have signed a memorandum obliging Bulgaria to help its neighbour join the EU and NATO.

“The memorandum is a significant document, which sets the basis for cooperation between the two countries… over Macedonia’s full membership of European and Euro-Atlantic structures,” the Macedonian Foreign Ministry said.

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