The bulgarian prime minister confirms that the declaration is basis for agreement between two countries, while Zaev and Buckovski hide what they have accepted

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Namely, the Prime Minister of Bulgaria revealed that the Bulgarian declaration is the basis for an agreement to resolve the dispute between the two countries.
Although Prime Minister Zoran Zaev still assures that the country is doing everything to find a solution with Bulgaria and if it succeeds, immediately on June 23 we will have to have the first intergovernmental conference between Macedonia and the EU, at the same time Bulgarian President Rumen Radev from Sofia said that Bulgaria seeks guarantees in the enlargement of the European Union with Macedonia.
In the meantime, part of the content of the Bulgarian declaration that Zaev allegedly accepted for resolving the dispute between the two countries came out in the country.

Part of it contains that:
1. Bulgaria threatens to “not allow the integration of N. Macedonia to be accompanied in the EU by European legitimacy of a state-sponsored ideology on an anti-Bulgarian basis “, and the same paragraph ends with the assessment that” rewriting the history of part of the Bulgarian people after 1944 is one of the pillars of the anti-Bulgarian ideological construction of Yugoslav totalitarianism
2. The good neighborly agreement should be mentioned as another condition in the negotiations.
3. Good neighborly relations are of horizontal importance and should therefore be assessed at each stage of the accession process of the candidate countries.
4. The term “Macedonian language” should not appear anywhere in the EU documents, if it must already, the term “official language of the Republic of Northern Macedonia” should be used. If, as it is stated, “there is an absolute necessity to use the term ‘Macedonian language’ in EU documents and positions, with an asterisk in the footnote to clarify that it is” in accordance with the Constitution of the Republic of Northern Macedonia “, it should be clear that the language norm declared a constitutional language in the Republic of Northern Macedonia is related to the evolution of the Bulgarian language and its dialects with its codification in 1944.”
5. Until the second intergovernmental conference, historians will have to agree on another group of figures and events from history up to 1944 (it is not specified which ones).
6. To harmonize the school curricula in history and literature in both countries “, and additionally:” historical and literary sources from the 19th and 20th century, in parallel with the adapted texts, to be presented and studied in the original form in which they were written.
7. Bulgaria will insist that Macedonia submit a “history, geography and literature curriculum” from primary schools to universities where all agreed decisions of the Historical Commission will already be implemented. The same goes for monuments in the country.
8. Overcoming hate speech in public space “, especially towards people who identify as Bulgarians, but also greater transparency in the ownership and financing of the media.
While Zaev denies that he accepted part of the disputed declaration that erases the national, cultural and historical values of the Macedonian people and state, the Bulgarian Prime Minister today confirmed that Zaev agreed on a change of identity.

Today, at the meeting with his Albanian counterpart Edi Rama, he pointed out that he fully supports Albania and it’s treatment of the minority in Macedonia, as well as that our problem can be solved only on a bilateral basis and without interference.

Namely, he revealed that the Bulgarian declaration is the basis for an agreement to resolve the dispute between the two countries.
Hristijan Mickoski, President of VMRO-DPMNE in his guest appearance on the show “What is not clear” yesterday said that the Bulgarian Foreign Minister Stoev clearly said that the basis for any talks is what is contained in the declaration adopted by the Bulgarian Parliament in October 2019.

In this regard, he also pointed out that on the other hand, Zaev denies it and therefore it is necessary to go out in public and say who is telling the truth.
– The Technical Minister of Foreign Affairs Stoev said that the basis for any talks is what is contained in the declaration adopted by the Bulgarian Parliament in October 2019. Now who does not speak the truth? We have a politically proven fraudster in Macedonia and we have this technical minister in Bulgaria who has black and white views. There is no rapprochement here. To create a shade of gray is impossible. Let them say who is telling the truth, said Mickoski in his guest appearance.

On this occasion, VMRO-DPMNE today for the second day will protest at three locations in Skopje and in a dozen other cities across the country.
It is scheduled for 3 to 5 pm, and as they say from the party “IT IS ENOUGH” for the betrayal of Zaev and Buckovski.