Did Kiril Petkov’s visit to Northern Macedonia fail because of Minchev’s coronavirus?

Prime Minister Kiril Petkov enters the presidency. Photos: 24 hours

Will the visit of the Prime Minister Kiril Petkov to Northern Macedonia on January 18 fail, after the Speaker of the National Assembly Nikola Minchev is ill with COVID?

This question arose as soon as it became clear that the parliamentary chief had tested positive for the coronavirus tonight. Nikola Minchev felt unwell after the National Security Advisory Council (NSC), which took place this afternoon under President Rumen Radev. The council lasted over 4 hours. It is attended by the entire government – president, prime minister, ministers and heads of parliamentary groups.

Immediately after KSNS Minchev did a test for coronavirus, which was positive. Due to the pandemic and anti-epidemic measures, anyone who has been in contact with an infected person must be isolated for 10 days.

Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov Photo: Rumyana Toneva

Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov Photo: Rumyana Toneva

Kiril Petkov’s visit to northern Macedonia is scheduled for January 18th.


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