site.btaPresident Radev: Sofia-Podgorica Relations Have Always Focused on Shared European Future

President Radev: Sofia-Podgorica Relations Have Always Focused on Shared European Future
President Radev: Sofia-Podgorica Relations Have Always Focused on Shared European Future
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev and Montenegrin Parliament President Danijela Djurovic open the exhibition (BTA Photo)

Bulgaria's relations with Montenegro have always been focused on the two countries' shared European future ever since these relations were established in the late 19th century, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said on Monday evening, opening an exhibition on "Montenegro and Bulgaria: 1878-1918" in the Parliament building in Podgorica. The exhibition is a joint project of the state archives of Bulgaria and Montenegro and presents historical documents about bilateral relations, Radev's Press Secretariat reported.

Radev noted that the historical ties between the two countries date even farther back to the Middle Ages, when Montenegrin princes became related to the Bulgarian royal dynasty of King Samuel. "In their recent history, Bulgaria and Montenegro maintain a bond of friendship, partnership and alliance. My official visit attests to our active dialogue. Our relations are based on shared values and will continue to strengthen in the future in the best interests of Bulgaria and Montenegro and for the sake of stability and security in the region and in Europe," Radev said.

He thanked the Montenegrin parliament for hosting such an exhibition on the eve of the country's national holiday, Statehood Day (July 13).

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