Bulgaria's President Presents His Book in Moscow

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Bulgaria Bulgaria??™s President Presents His Book in Moscow: Bulgaria's President Presents His Book in Moscow Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov inspects the honour guards upon his arrival in Vnukovo II airport outside Moscow. Photo by BGNES

The state visit of Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov in Moscow kicked off Wednesday night with a presentation of his book "Bulgaria in the Global World".

The book is in Russian, and is published by the "Rossiyskaya Gazeta". Its foreword is written by the renown Russian diplomat and former Prime Minister Evgeniy Primakov.

In his book, Parvanov discusses topics such as Bulgaria's strategic position in the Balkans, Bulgaria's energy sector, and the Bulgarian-Russian relations. He also tells about his meetings with world leaders and their meaning for Bulgaria's history.

During the presentation, which took place in Moscow's hotel "President", Parvanov declared that Bulgaria had paid a high cost for its EU membership as before the closure of the first four reactors it had been providing 50% of the region's electricity.

"If you need to be angry with someone about the American military bases in Bulgaria, you must be angry with me", the Bulgarian President declared as Evgeniy Primakov expressed Russia's discontent with Bulgaria's NATO accession as well as with NATO's moving closer to the Russian borders.

Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov is meeting Thursday with his Russian counterpart Dmitry Medvedev as well as with the Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.
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#6
Kolegialen - 6 Feb 2009 // 18:45:46

Sorry Buddy, but you are the one that sounds stupid.
What are you trying to say?
Nothing you post has any practical meaning - just generic bitching about who knows what.

#5
Buddy - 6 Feb 2009 // 18:42:22

Your explanations shwos that you are a real representative of BG - Bai Ganyo...
Thanks god that you are stupid enough to show your stupidity around.

#4
Kolegialen - 6 Feb 2009 // 00:24:28

Russia or the west is a false choice.
We should be close to Russia, and close to the west.
If Russia and the proverbial west have problems, - we have no horse in that race.

#3
resipsaloquitur - 6 Feb 2009 // 00:10:17

My dearest BUDDY;

regrettably you do not know Bulgarian history!

PLEASE,STUDY IT BEFORE YOU START TALKING !

The BG tzar was JUST 6 years old when his father Boris died.

As far as I know from Bulgarians,who were old enough to live during the monarhy,

his father was poisoned by the NAZIS,returning from BERLIN.

They tried to force him to support the Army of the GREAT REICH with BG soldiers

but he refused and this was his death sentence!


So........... why should a 6 years old boy inherrit the NAZI aliance of his father?

He did NOT rule Bulgaria!

The country was ruled by a REGGENT government.

#2
Buddy - 5 Feb 2009 // 14:41:09

Bulgarias problems are coming exactly from people like Mr. Parvanov who ought to be a chamelon from his very first day in policy. Exactly like the so called former King of Bulgaria, who inherited from his Father the Nazi alliance with Hitler, and suddenly starts thinking like a socialist at the beginning of the year 2000!!. By the way the same could be said about Mr. Primakov who wrothe the introductory remarks to the book of Mr. Parvanov. Unfortunately the presentation has not been introduced under its real name: A Chameleon introduces an Chameleon

#1
Stealthy - 5 Feb 2009 // 13:19:12

oh yeah ... it must be somewhat incredible ! Does this book say anything about why US bases are in Bulgaria ? ... indeed , very friendly step towards Russia ... LIARS !!!

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