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Radev re-elected Bulgarian president, reaffirms stance on northern Macedonia: We must not make concessions from nationalist positions

Radev re-elected Bulgarian president, reaffirms stance on northern Macedonia: We

Bulgaria has re-elected President Rumen Radev for a second term, with a five-year term.

After the victory, Radev reaffirmed his position on the situation with Northern Macedonia.

"The new government should not make concessions from nationalist positions, especially when it comes to the identity, Bulgarian history and the rights of our compatriots abroad," Radev said.

On the other hand, the Prime Minister of Northern Macedonia, Zoran Zaev, through a Facebook status, shows that he had a telephone conversation with Radev to congratulate him on his victory and they decided to enter into a dialogue.