Balkan Insight (14 September 2020)
Sinisa Jakov Marusic
North Macedonia’s officials at the weekend reiterated that they expect a solution to the the logjam with Bulgaria over disputed historical issues, after the Sofia government again accused the country of lack of cooperation and threatened to block its EU accession talks over it.
“It is a fact that some of the heroes from the past, like Goce Delcev, are important for both the Macedonian and the Bulgarian people. It is up to the historians to look at this issue and find a way – if nothing else to learn the perspective of the other,” North Macedonia’s Vice-Prime Minister for European Affairs Nikola Dimitrov said on Sunday.
He added that core identity issues like the Macedonian language cannot be subjected to political declarations, but expressed optimism that other things can be resolved through dialogue and in the EU spirit.
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