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Together, we have better chance to realize our common goals, Prime Minister Victor Ponta said after the meeting of the governments of Bulgaria and Romania
The joint meeting of the governments of Bulgaria and Bulgaria was brought to a close with the signing of seven documents on cooperation and the validation of a postage stamp, dedicated to the 135th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Participants in the meeting reviewed the results of meetings between line ministers hours before.
Bulgaria and Romania expressed support for Serbia's EU membership
“I am very happy to host this trilateral meeting” , Prime Minister Oresharski said after talks with Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta and Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic . “We had the opportunity to discuss a number of issues of mutual interest”, the Prime Minister said. He emphasized support for Serbia regarding successful negotiations and the forthcoming EU membership. “Both Bulgaria and Romania are interested in all Western Balkans countries , especially Serbia, to become EU members more quickly, so that we can deepen our cooperation, even through instruments of the European Commission “, Prime Minister Oresharski said. He drew attention to the opportunities the Danube Strategy provided for joint projects with a view to accelerate development.
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