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Bulgaria

Macedonian nation and a separate Macedonian language. It argues that the Macedonians are a subgroup of the Bulgarian (Bulgarians) nation and that the Macedonian language is a dialect of Bulgarian (Bulgarian language). This leads to some complications when signing treaties between these countries—they are signed with this long phrase in the end: "done in the official languages of the two states—Bulgarian language, according to the Constitution of Bulgaria and Macedonian language, according to the Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia". Agreement of free trade between the Republic of Macedonia and the Republic of Bulgaria, ''Stability Pact for Southeast Europe'', Retrieved on 2012-02-29. As an EU member state and a party to the Schengen Agreement, Malta applies the EU's visa policy (Visa policy in the European Union). This means that to enter the country: * Nationals of the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA) (European Economic Area) (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) and their special territories and of Switzerland require only a passport or a national identity card. Except for Romanian and Bulgarian nationals, citizens of this category of countries do not require a permit (Work permit) to stay and work legally in Malta.


Russia

defined in ''this'' article (which they are, below), rather than linked to. I mean, "drag-rope steering technique" is a whole long phrase (which I made up), can you see anybody typing it into the Search field? They wouldn't, they would only reach it via this article, and find that it only contained duplicated information ''from'' this article. So, well, I know the article is lightly wikilinked, but there are reasons for it. I don't want to link just to make it more blue. (Or more red


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