15 March 1999 Bulgarian Prime Minister Ivan Kostov and Macedonian Prime Minister Ljubco Georgievski signed an agreement in Sofia on 22 February stating the two countries have no territorial claims on or hostile intentions toward each other. The document was written “in the languages of the two countries,” according to Kostov. Though Bulgaria had been […]

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