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Head of Bulgarian government calls EU to compromise with Russia

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Head of Bulgarian government calls EU to compromise with Russia


17.01.2018

pixabay.comEurope should start restoration of good relations with Moscow, according to the head of Bulgarian government Boiko Borisov. He expressed this thought during his presentation at the plenary session of the European Parliament held in Strasbourg, RIA Novosti reports.

Boiko Borisov has reminded that Russia is the largest neighbor of Europe.

Starting this year Bulgaria carries out duties of the chair country in the European Union Council. It will hold this position for the closest half a year. 

Note that Borisov has claimed that Sofia plans to raise a question of lifting anti-Russian sanctions when it occupies the place of chair country in the European Union Council. Prime Minister of Bulgaria expressed assuredness that the decision will be found in case of even and pragmatic look at the problem. In his opinion, a compromise is possible only if well-weighted reasons and joint efforts are found.

As per the Russkiy Mir Foundation, Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban also referred to the European politics related to Russia as incorrect.

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