The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will not send a note of protest for the broken Macedonian club in Blagoevgrad, Osmani says: Enough with the "ping-pong debate"
"It is time to put an end to the ping-pong discussion with Bulgaria," replied the head of diplomacy today Bujar Osmani to a journalist's question whether the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will send a note of protest after the demolition of the newly opened Macedonian club in Blagoevgrad "Nikola Vaptsarov".
Osmani clarified that the country "expressed all its views regarding the developments in the two countries, their views were also received from R. Bulgaria, but it is time to put an end to the ping-pong debate and involvement in the Bulgarian election campaign."
"Let's let diplomacy do its job." Let's exclude the citizens from these unnecessary and artificial crises that are created at the expense of internal dynamics in one or the other country. So, I ask for understanding, to restore the positive agenda and peace between the citizens of the two countries and to discuss the future", said Osmani.
Toj assesses that if this dynamic of communication continues, North Macedonia will only be drawn into the vortex of the unstable political society and the entire election cycle in Bulgaria.
In that direction, the Minister of Macedonian diplomacy Osmani said that North Macedonia must not succumb to any provocations and challenges, especially not in such a crucial period for our country which is in the process of opening negotiations with the EU.
"We must not succumb to such provocations and challenges. We have screening that is ongoing, we have reforms that we need to implement and leave the citizens to isolate them and spare them from this unrest", emphasized Osmani.