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15 EU States Ready to Support Bulgaria's Burgas Bombing Investigation

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Bulgaria: 15 EU States Ready to Support Bulgaria's Burgas Bombing Investigation Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov. Photo by BGNES

Bulgaria's European and Euro-Atlantic partners have expressed their support for Bulgaria in the fight against terrorism, according to Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry.

"Dozens of countries and political leaders have strongly condemned all forms of terrorism and again have expressed their sympathy for the victims of the attack and their families," the Foreign Ministry has said in a statement.

Fifteen EU member states – the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Kingdom of Spain, Italy, Malta, Greece, Germany, Hungary, France, Estonia, the Kingdom of Sweden, the Slovak Republic, the Kingdom of Denmark, Austria and Ireland - have expressed their willingness to assist Bulgaria in bringing the investigation into the July 18 terror attack to a conclusion.

Bulgaria has also received support from the United States, Australia, Canada, Israel, and from international organisations, including Europol.

"We find especially encouraging the position taken publicly by the Prime Minister of Lebanon that his country is ready to co-operate with the Bulgarian government in the ongoing investigation into the bombing," Foreign Minister Nickolay Mladenov said, thanking Bulgaria's partners for the assistance.

Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov stated Tuesday that Bulgarian investigators now have "a well-founded assumption" that the perpetrators of the deadly attack belonged to the military formation of Hezbollah.

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#9
sa-sha - 10 Feb 2013 // 19:56:46

"Typical response I would have expected from...."-----not a virus, but virus with Mania Grandiosa! Just to imagine: virus which "expected"... My Lord, I spent too much time on this stinking "virus Russophobica".
Dixi.

#8
Russophobe - 10 Feb 2013 // 18:00:38

Typical response I would have expected from the dim-witted beast from the east. Since he doesn't have a coherent argument, or the poor fool can't defend himself in the English language, he resorts to his silly and infantile copy pasting and babbling. I think this is symptomatic of men in his God-forsaken rathole of a country, a lot of bark but when push comes to shove.........no bite!!

Come on sissy riot, let's argue about your support for blood thirsty dictators and dirtbag commies. Now that would be interesting!

#7
sa-sha - 10 Feb 2013 // 13:03:21

Philippe, my "little grey cells" appear in themselves for protecting me from viruses i.e. from "small infectious agents". Now from this stinking agent 'virus russofobica' (*)......

(*)"Russophobia (or Anti-Russian sentiment): a diverse spectrum of negative prejudices, dislikes or fears of Russia, Russians, or Russian culture..."

Extracts:
"That filthy Russian is really starting to get on my nerves" --- nonsense, virus has no nerves.
"I've patiently waited for..."---quite possible; viruses can wait till...
"disgusting support for the brutal dictator in Syria..."---support of the non-interference (wich is not "support for dictator", btw) is far better than really disgusting, unlawful and shameful support of bloody thugs-mercenaries-"rebels" who kill and frighten Syrians.
"...butchering over 60,000 women, children, elderly and men fighting for freedom"---Thugs "fighting for freedom"! I like it. Btw,
the MAIN share of victims is due to the above "rebels" and mercenaries, but how it may be accepted by those brainwashed? (though..... viruses have no brain)
"His happiness at the murder of...poor innocent school children in the US..."---??? Not virus, but mad virus.
"That vodka sipping mongrel..."---not bad "revelation" from such simpliest forms of life as bacteria and mad viruses....
"...has his days counted on this forum"---something familiar. Santa Inquisición, witch-hunting, the Russian bolsheviks' "Days of the world imperialism are counted", the modern World Leaders stubborn and merely Bolsheviks-style attempts to sow "true happiness/democracy" all over the world......The "noble cause" of Bolshevics is now in sure hands of the "Chief Democracies"!!!
Ooh, this "virus russophobica"...........

#6
Russophobe - 9 Feb 2013 // 19:02:48

That filthy Russian is really starting to get on my nerves. I've patiently waited for several months reading his disgusting nonsense, communist propaganda and general disregard for anyone in the forum who disagrees with his just plain dumb views.
What has really made me snap has been his utterly disgusting support for the brutal dictator in Syria that has thoroughly enjoyed butchering over 60,000 women, children, elderly and men fighting for freedom.
His happiness at the murder of those poor innocent school children in the US was also hard to fathom.
That vodka sipping mongrel has his days counted on this forum.

#5
Philippe - 9 Feb 2013 // 17:18:50

Sa-sha, where did you get these little grey cells?

#4
sa-sha - 9 Feb 2013 // 15:55:56

"You suck ass russian idiot!"-----no desire to deprive you of Your everyday business, you, macaca-rhesus.

#3
jordy - 9 Feb 2013 // 14:11:13

You suck ass russian idiot!

#2
jordy - 9 Feb 2013 // 14:08:53

Da ti eba maikata ruska.

#1
sa-sha - 8 Feb 2013 // 21:59:01

Ну вот ёб твою мать![~with all due respect] "15 EU States Ready" !!!
5 killed Israelits and 15 EU States are, блядь, already "ready".........
Look, You, bunch of "15" peder**ts, are You ready to bleat though
something about today's ten times 5 plus 4 victims in Syria? IDIOTS.

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