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SOFIA, January 13. /ITAR-TASS/. Bulgaria considers Russia its key partner on the international arena, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin said at an international conference of the Paneuropean Union devoted to Greece’s presidency in the European Union.
“We hope to continue constructive relations with key partners. We continue strategic cooperation with the United States that have significant importance for the country,” the Bulgarian minister said.
“The country also seeks to maintain stable, constructive and predictable relations, and not only in the economy and the energy sector,” he said, adding that Bulgaria was ready to contribute to developing strategic relations between Russia and the European Union.