Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov hosted a meeting of the leaders of the governments of Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia, which has already become a tradition, the press office of the Bulgarian Government announced.
The three prime ministers discussed topical issues concerning the three countries.
The meeting of Boyko Borisov, Victor Ponta and Aleksandar Vucic took place at the Boyana Residence on Saturday.
Emphasis in the talks was placed on the migration crisis in Europe and its effect on the Balkans, as well as on the development of the cooperation in the field of infrastructure and energy.
“Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania should act jointly, show solidarity with Europe, and ask for solidarity from European countries,” said Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucuc, speaking after meeting with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and Romanian counterpart Victor Ponta in the capital Sofia.
“I would like to thank Prime Minister Boyko Borisov for the invitation; this day was well selected for the meeting as we will discuss problems tomorrow in Brussels,” Vucic specified.
“Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania should act jointly, show solidarity with Europe, and ask for solidarity from European countries. We are ready to do our best to help police cooperation and infrastructure to comply with all our obligations and tackle the refugee crisis better,” Aleksandar Vucic added.
“We back this troika and our cooperation makes our countries stronger and we should continue it,” the official remarked.