After Saturday's meeting on migration of the leaders of countries along the Balkan migrant route, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov stressed it is important to see that the EU-Turkey migrant deal continues working, and to use Turkey's NATO membership as an extra guarantee for stability, the government information service said.
The meeting was held on the initiative of Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern.
Borissov suggested that NATO's Secretary General be invited to the upcoming European Council meeting, the press service said.
The EU should make clear its stance on migrant relocation and the course of action a country should take when migrants do not want to stay in it.
Borissov also asked the EU to make available on Monday the financial aid pledged for technical equipment and improving the living conditions of officers involved in building a border fence and in guarding the border with Turkey.