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|SKOPJE Comprar Nike Air Vapormax 2018 Mujer Morado , Aug. 1 (Xinhua) -- Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and his Bulgarian counterpart Boyko Borisov signed an agreement on friendship, good neighborly relations, and cooperation here on Tuesday.
The agreement, which has been negotiated for several years, binds the two countries to cooperate in all fields based on mutual trust and respect. The agreement was immediately followed by memorandums for cooperation in the transport and energy sectors.
"We are taking an historic step forward and we are opening a road for stability and development for our countries. We are determined to lead a policy of solutions Comprar Mujer Nike Air Vapormax 2018 Grises Rosa , not a policy of problems. And we have found Bulgaria to be our partner with the same goals," Zaev said upon signing the agreement.
The Bulgarian prime minister said this "important agreement" would bring Macedonia closer to NATO and EU.
However, the agreement has caused fierce political and scientific debate in Macedonia. The opposition party VMRO-DPMNE already announced it would not support the document in Macedonian Parliament. According to the party, the agreement threatens the national interests of the country, especially the part envisaging that the two countries will celebrate events from their joint history.
VMRO-DPMNE stressed in a written statement issued prior to Borisov's arrival that Bulgaria's demands to put the two countries' joint history into the agreement was "an attempt to confirm the thesis that Macedonian history is actually Bulgarian history Comprar Mujer Nike Air Vapormax 2018 Rosa , which supports the argument that Macedonia is a fictive nation created in 1944."
The party added that by signing this "capitulation agreement" Macedonia would face serious problems in the near future.
Some of the provisions of the agreement are controversial for expert historians in Macedonia as well. They reacted specifically to the part of the agreement wherein the two countries agree to establish a joint commission that would look into the historical interpretations in education curricula.
"Sadly, in recent years, politics has interfered with historic science more and more. As historians, we have always said that politics should be kept out of the interpretations of historic facts. This is what happens now and it can only cause problems," history professor Nikola Zhezhov said in Skopje.
The first step taken under the agreement will be a joint celebration of "Ilinden" Comprar Nike Air Max 1 Mujer , Macedonia's Republic Day, marked on Aug 2. Borisov will stay in Skopje overnight for the celebration. Together with Zaev, his Macedonian counterpart, the Bulgarian prime minister will lay flowers on the grave of Macedonian revolutionary Goce Delchev on Wednesday.
Borisov said: "People say that if you look backwards, you will trip and fall. This is why we decided to look forward. You will see the results in some time. The term joint history is a term that opens joint perspectives Comprar Nike Air Max Thea Mujer , instead of divisions."
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe speaks during a banquet of a symposium on the "Future of Asia" in Tokyo, Thursday, May 21, 2015. Vying to keep pace with China's rising influence and economic clout, Japan plans to provide $110 billion to help develop roads Comprar Nike Air Max 90 Mujer , ports and other infrastructure in Asia in the next five years, Prime Minister Abe said Thursday. (AP PhotoShizuo Kambayashi) Shinzo Abe speaks during a banquet of a symposium on the "Future of Asia" in Tokyo, Thursday, May 21, 2015. Vying to keep pace with China's rising influence and economic clout Comprar Nike Air Max 97 Mujer , Japan plans to provide $110 billion to help develop roads, ports and other infrastructure in Asia in the next five years, Prime Minister Abe said Thursday.
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Abe announced the commitment, which exceeds the $100 billion China has set for its newly created Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, at a conference in Tokyo.
It represents about a 30 percent increase over current funding levels.
"Asia has a voracious infrastructure demand, reaching as much as 100 trillion yen (about $830 billion) annually," Abe said Comprar Nike Air Max TN Hombre , adding that "we should seek 'quality as well as quantity.' Pursuing both is perfectly suited to Asia."
In addition to the $110 billion in financing in collaboration with the Asian Development Bank, Japan will provide 4 trillion yen ($33 billion) in support for public-private lending over the next five years, Abe said.
Japan sided with the U.S. in not joining the 57 countries that have signed on to the Beijing-initiated AIIB. It says it wants to see if the new institution will meet the rigorous standards for operation and disclosure required of other lenders, such as the Asian Development Bank and World Bank.
Officials earlier announced plans to step up support for regional infrastructure investment, but had not specified how much Japan would spend.
Japan is eager to counter rising Chinese influence in the region. Analysts say their rival efforts will likely complement rather than compete with each other given the region's huge need for vital infrastructure.
About half of the funds to be spent will be channeled through Japan's aid agencies and the remainder will be extended in collaboration with the ADB.
Despite friction between the two countries .