PM puts relations between Turkey and Bulgaria in a pragmatic plan: Volen Siderov February 4, 2010Posted by Yilan in Bulgaria, Turkey.
Tags: ATAKA, Boyko Borisov, Bulgaria, Turkey, Volen Siderov
The attitude of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov deserves admirations because a party, as we all know, has tried to play a mediating role in the relations between Bulgaria and Turkey and has even taken away Ankara’s position. I want to greet the PM for this opinion as we as for the fact that he has put the relations between Bulgaria and Turkey in a pragmatic plan, out of the confusing circumstances. This is what leader of the Ataka party Volen Siderov said for commenting on PM Borisov’s visit to Turkey. The relations between the two countries have been put in a more operative plan on energy and other issues, leader of Ataka said.
Siderov assessed as positive the fact that during PM’s visit the issues on compensations for Thracian Bulgarians were tabled.
“Ataka position is for clearing those compensations and more diplomatic work on the resolution of the issue as well as for relations at the basis of common respect,” he said further.
Regarding to the asked Bulgarian support for Turkey’s accession to the EU Siderv said Ataka’s position remains the same.