Ministers of Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia and Greece support the opening of negotiations with Albania

Ministers of Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia and Greece support the opening of negotiations with Albania
From the left:and Nikos Dendias, Ekaterina Zaharieva, Ramona MănescuGordan Grlić Radman
 Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia and Greece have demanded the opening of accession negotiations with the European Union of Albania and North Macedonia. At the meeting of the opening of the UN Assembly's session, the foreign ministers of the Balkan states said they support their neighbors' aspirations.

"We are confident that we will be safer, more developed and richer if all our neighbors become EU members. Bulgaria supports the opening of negotiations with both countries," said Ekaterina Zaharieva, Bulgaria's foreign minister.

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said: "Greece is coming out of a 10-year crisis and now we will again be committed to the Balkans and European affairs. We support Albania and Northern Macedonia for EU membership."

Romania's Foreign Minister Ramona Mănescu has stressed that would be a big mistake if Albania were to be separated from North Macedonia in the process.

“We support them with the same determination with which Bulgaria led the process during its EU presidency. The time has come for a positive signal,” said Minister Mănescu.

Croatia's Foreign Minister Gordan Grlić Radman said: "We support Albania and Northern Macedonia on their European path. We want all the countries in the region to live among them as good neighbors."
Ministers of Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia and Greece support the opening of negotiations with Albania Ministers of Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia and Greece support the opening of negotiations with Albania Wednesday, September 25, 2019 Rating: 5
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