Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Cancels Visit to Bulgaria

Politics | February 2, 2009, Monday // 00:00| Views: | Comments: 6
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Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Mahdi Safari has canceled his visit to Bulgaria, which was supposed to take place on February 2 and February 3.

The spokesman of Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry Dragovest Goranov said on Monday the visit had been canceled by the Iranian side, which had not scheduled a new date for it.

Iran's Embassy in Sofia also called off its press conference, which was supposed to take place on Monday as part of Safari's visit to Bulgaria.

The Bulgarian Foreign Ministry was expecting the visit in order to discuss with the Iranian side the case of the 55-year-old Bulgarian truck driver, Zhivko Rusev, who has been detained for drug trafficking, and is threatened by a death sentence.
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#6
Stealthy - 4 Feb 2009 // 10:34:11

Kolega ,

stop distorting my words and behaving like you did not get the meaning ! EVERY bulgarian IS DREAMING TO LIVE ABROAD , IS NOT HE ? The longer you jump , the more happy you are ... lol ... By the way , are you really able to pay for the trip ? I thnk this is the last money you got from selleng your house ...

#5
Kolegialen - 3 Feb 2009 // 23:25:40

"both your officials and many nationals jump out of the window to visit my country .."
Obviously you know little about the EU since any Bulgarian just needs to get on the plane with their ID to get to any EU country.
Why would they jump off anywhere to visit you?
Is it that low that people have to jump in your country?

#4
Kolegialen - 3 Feb 2009 // 23:22:37

And what is the name of that great land of yours?
Why would you hide it?

#3
Stealthy - 3 Feb 2009 // 23:20:39

hahaha ... Kolega , turn around ... I am from another part of EU ... both your officials and many nationals jump out of the window to visit my country ... and that makes you very very upset ... WELCOME TO IRAN ! AND DO NOT FORGET TO BRING DRUGS !

#2
Kolegialen - 3 Feb 2009 // 22:50:48

You are just upset that your foreign minister isn't coming to BG;)

#1
Stealthy - 3 Feb 2009 // 22:11:26

Nabucco project may be canceled one day as well ... how stupid Bulgarians are ... taking into account your national passion for easy money , I suggest you to have the criminal code of the country you are going to visit ... if you are not able to think just read it first before doing something !

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