Former Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nadezhda Neynsky has said one of her main goals as incoming Ambassador to Turkey will be to look for bilateral solutions on how to bolster control at the common borders.
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Neynsky is to take over Sofia’s mission in Ankara “very soon”, though no date has yet been specified.
“Good relations between two countries do not suggest that one of them should have more threats to its national security,” she emphasized in an interview with the Bulgarian National Television, but did not elaborate.
“Friendship is important, but security is also extremely important… We should not let illegal immigrants in.”
“Turkey is not only our neighbor, it is an exceptional country, it is our partner within NATO,” Neynsky added.
She made clear Turkey has the ability to deal with the activity of the Islamic State (IS) group close to its border with Syria.
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