Bulgaria PM: Integration of Terrorists 'Impossible', 'Unfair'
"There is no way for us to integrate terrorists, it is not fair," Bulgarian Prime Minister has said.
Borisov has told reporters following the attacks in Brussels on Tuesday that Europe is taking "measures after measures [to make sure these people] are well off," apparently referring to migrants coming into Europe from the Middle East.
He has also called the development "an absolute failure" of the foreign policy of a number of states, adding "everyone was angry at [Merkel] for being so humane to those people."
"There is nowhere in this world they are so integrated, there is nowhere in this world where they are being taken so much care of," Borisov has added.
"And then, to hit us in the hear of Europe this way is not fair."
It is not yet clear who is behind the blasts, but authorities describe them as a "terror attack".
Earlier, Borisov was quick to issue a statement of condemnation, saying Sofia wanted to show "solidarity" with Brussels.
"Brussels is not simply the Bulgarian capital. It is the capital of united Europe... Today, more than ever, all Europeans must show the entire world that we will not allow terrorism to destroy our civilization. I know we will do it in the most convincing way possible, because it is part of our common values, of our common morality and culture."
"I extend the deepest condolences to the families of victims and wish a speedy recovery to those wounded."
- » The IMF Supports Bulgaria's Efforts to Enter the Eurozone Waiting Room
- » Prime Minister Borisov will Participate in the Regular European Council Meeting
- » Bulgaria has One of the Strongest Employment Growth Rates in the EU for the Quarter
- » Bulgaria is Among the EU Countries with the Highest Number of Old Aircraft
- » Kristalina Georgieva: I Expect Bulgaria to Enter the Eurozone Waiting Room Next Year
- » Bulgarian PM: EU integration of the Western Balkans Would be Among the Priorities of the Bulgarian Presidency of the EU
Because he followed like a sheep and rolled over like a little "tele". All talk and no courage or action. Same goes for all of them in the EU states that had alot to say in the negative, but they all just accepted their fate. I find it extraordinary and also that it all happened so quickly. There wasn't really any proper and thorough thought process that went into the whole stupid suicide deal.
The question that we will ask this minister is why he did not veto the deal between Turkey and EU. We all new that the mad German made Merkel (most likely mentally and psychologically unfit for her position) pressed for this deal that has lots of omissions and strategic misfits.. but no one had the courage to oppose it.. Why?? Deal was needed but different deal. Why Boyko did not defend the national and the European interest???