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Commenting article: Russia, Ukraine Oppose Georgieva's Nomination for UN Secretary General

Russia and Ukraine are among a few of the countries that have raised questions regarding the Bulgarian nomination of European Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva for UN Secretary General, announced Radio Free Europe.

Russia, Angola and Malaysia – all members of the Security Council asked Sofia for clarifications after it proposed Georgieva as “Bulgaria’s single candidate” for the position.

Bulgaria had earlier nominated the head of UNESCO Irina Bokova for the same position but rethought her nomination after she did not do well in the preliminary rounds of voting.

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Rurik - 30 Sep 2016 // 15:57:05

About \"Russia opposes...\": \"Any attempts to influence the independent State decisions are unacceptable\" /Maria Zakharova, Russia\'s Foreign Ministry Spokesperson/

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Ivailo Ivanov - 30 Sep 2016 // 23:05:27

my bet is non of the two will be UN secretary...

too blatant and indignant ..too offensive is this entire story.. it will ruin both of them.

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