1 June 2001 SOFIA, Bulgaria--A group of forty politicians from the Balkans established the "Balkan Political Club" on 27 May to help promote understanding and closer cooperation in the region. The gathering was attended by several elder statesmen, including former presidents Suleyman Demirel of Turkey, Emil Constantinescu of Romania, Kiro Gligorov of Macedonia and Zhelyu […]

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