Mihajlovic conveyed the greetings of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and thanked for today's hospitality and the opportunity to visit the works on the construction of the first section of the highway from the border to Dragoman, because it means a lot to the Serbian and Bulgarian people.
For us, the diversification of roads is of great importance, and all credits for the Balkan Stream and for the speed with which it was all done and built. We will continue to work together on the new gas interconnection between Nis and Dimitrovgrad. For us, that means diversification of suppliers and many new opportunities, of course, in addition to better prices and better connection of the entire region, she said.
Our two countries are transit countries, and thus they can do a lot and use their transit position, said Mihajlovic.
Prime Minister Boyko Borisov welcomed Mihajlovic and once again expressed his respect for Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and the Serbian government.
Borisov pointed out that Serbia and Bulgaria are building a lot together and that they have never had such close relations, and that they will continue to maintain friendship and continue to work together.