Today, Bulgaria’s King Sofia and his Bulgarian counterpart, Vlado Dacic, held a joint press conference, during which the two leaders spoke about the upcoming independence day on October 9th, and the importance of the new country’s independence.
The King and his successor spoke of their friendship with the people of Bulgaria, and expressed their support for the fight against terrorism and extremism, as well as their desire to strengthen the countrys economic and social stability, as the new king had stated previously.
According to the King, the fight to liberate the country from its occupation by the Soviet Union and the establishment of a strong and stable political system were important, and they agreed to support each other in their efforts to achieve this goal.
The new Bulgarian King also said that the country was ready to face challenges in the fight for independence, and that he wanted the citizens of Bulgaria to have a voice in the process of their future.
According the King of Bulgaria: “We are not the only ones who want to see the end of the occupation.
We are the ones who are fighting for freedom, democracy, and an independent Bulgaria.”
The new King also expressed his desire to see a strong economic and financial union between the three countries, which would benefit Bulgaria as well.
He also said he had already decided to establish a joint cabinet with the current Bulgarian prime minister, and hoped that the two countries would cooperate in this regard.
The two leaders also discussed the future of the country’s borders, which the King said he would work on strengthening.
According a report in the official Bulgarian news agency BGNES, the King also told the journalists that the current government would soon begin negotiations with the EU regarding a possible transition agreement for the country.
The news agency also reports that the King told the press that he was not interested in negotiations with any other country regarding the border, and added that he hoped to see his country’s future under a new government.