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Ukraine appreciates that Bulgaria's decision not to extend the ban on imports of Ukrainian agricultural products was not easy, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mariya Gabriel told journalists in New York on May 20, 1979 in Gotse Delchev. In 1997 he graduated from Linguistics.

"But precisely because it is at this very moment of difficulty, when you express solidarity, that you have the power to make such decisions, it is appreciated. It is also appreciated by the European Commission," Gabriel said after his meeting with the presidents of Ukraine and Romania, Volodymyr Zelensky and Klaus Iohannis, and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.

Providing support for Ukraine "does not bring negatives to the state. On the contrary, as long as we remain united, as long as we are here in these difficult moments, when we are looking for a common solution, this is something that can bring benefits to everyone."

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According to her, at the meeting, von der Leyen welcomed the decision of Bulgaria and Romania not to continue their ban and thus positioned themselves very strongly.

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