Bulgarian President: More pragmatism needed in work of Southeast Europe Cooperation Process

At a meeting with ambassadors from seven Balkan countries in Sofia on March 8, Bulgarian head of state President Roumen Radev called for more pragmatism in the work of the Southeast Europe Cooperation Process and in the co-ordination of projects carried out with EU funds.

The meeting, the first with this group of ambassadors that Radev has held since taking office as President on January 22, discussed common challenges and prospects for regional co-operation in South Eastern Europe, the President’s office said.

The meeting was attended by the ambassadors of the Republic of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Kosovo, Macedonia, Serbia, Turkey and Montenegro.

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