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Bulgarian PM Borissov Confers with French President Macron

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Prime Minister Boyko Borissov conferred in Paris on Tuesday with newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace. The Bulgarian Prime Minister voiced hope that Macron, with his youth, energy and experience as finance minister, will pull forward a strong and united Europe. “I believe we had a good conversation about current EU topics, as well as ones related to our EU Council Presidency”, Borissov said. He noted Bulgaria’s efforts for entering “the Eurozone waiting room” and its Schengen accession. “The efforts we have made regarding the migration topic, financial discipline and public finances have been recognized, as well as the reforms we have conducted”, he added. According to the Prime Minister, Bulgaria can be seen as a periphery only in geographical terms, because this country is important for the EU’s integrity, unity, protection and defence. Prime Minister Borissov and President Macron noted the importance to further develop bilateral relations between the two countries, as well as the opportunity to implement joint projects.


President Emmanuel Macron visits Gao as war chief

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The French president, Emmanuel Macron, will go to Mali on friday, a visit of a day in Gao, the Northern part of the country, where the president will have a meeting with the president Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta and will visit too the french serviceman. The new Head of State,  will be accompanied with new Minister of Foreign Affairs, Jean-Yves Le Drian, and with the armed forces minister, Sylvie Goulard, Paris has the opportunity to reaffirm  the agreements of Algiers. “The agreements of Algiers are the political frame of the resolution of the conflict and we have to support their application, which is too weak for the moment” said a president’s coucilor. Both Presidents  will also approach the sub-regional dimension of the Malian conflict, while France made a commitment to support the implementation of the African strengths of G5 Sahel (Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, Chad, Mauritania), the presidency of which Mali occupies today.


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