February 26, 1999

The governments of Bulgaria and Macedonia have signed an agreement that paves the way for improved contacts, cooperation and trade by including the acceptance by Bulgaria of Macedonian as a separate language. The popular view is that Macedonian is a dialect and not a language in its own right.

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