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Petkov’s underwhelming Skopje visit opens a door


Bulgaria’s new Prime Minister Kiril Petkov visited Skopje January 18, after completing a bit more than a month in his new job. The only thing about this significant visit that interested foreign observers and the scores of Balkan journalists was how quickly the new Bulgarian government would remove its longstanding veto on the initialization of North Macedonia’s EU accession process. In public, Petkov was less than conclusive on that point, but provided plenty of information about the new proces…

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