Belgrade and Pristina should follow the example of Sofia and Skopje and overcome their differences
The Balkans should change to resemble Europe, not the other way round, so the region can then use European funds for its development. This is the position expressed by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov following his meeting with the President of Kosovo Hashim Thaci. During his visit to Pristina, Borisov was presented with the Order of Independence for his contribution to Kosovo's freedom and independence. “Kosovo's progress is remarkable and the country is on the right path - the European one,” Borisov observed. However, he urged all countries of the region to overcome their differences because they would not be acceded to the EU until that happens.
Familiar faces come together in the latest right-wing project; Prokopiev constructs a Shadow Cabinet
Three of the oligarchy's political parties have officially joined forces in a new right-wing project and have already indicated that their main goal is to destabilise the state and grab hold of the country's steering wheel. Yes, Bulgaria headed by the failed minister of justice Hristo Ivanov, former PM Ivan Kostov's DSB party currently led by Atanas Atanasov, and Vladislav Panev's The Greens political party, signed a coalition deal on 12 April in Sofia. The new union is called Democratic Bulgaria.
The Fake News Factory created by the Bulgarian oligarchy has activated its somewhat overused weapon, Tatyana Doncheva, to spread the latest piece of fake news serving their talking points, always featuring some kind of manipulation concerning Delyan Peevski.