Bulgaria's President Condemns Violence in Ukraine
Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev harshly condemns the violence in Ukraine and urges the political leaders to seek a peaceful and democratic outcome of the crisis.
“The new escalation of tensions in Ukraine, which led to the death of tens of Ukrainians – protestors and law enforcement officers – is unacceptable for a democratic country”, said Plevneliev in a statement, released by his press office.
Plevneliev extended to the families of the victims the condolences of the Bulgarian people and himself and wished speedy recovery to the injured.
In January President Plevneliev postponed his visit to Ukraine country, which was scheduled for May, as a sign of disagreement with the violations of human rights in the country.
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"Gosho - you forgot to exhort them to "look to the Emerging Markets".... ;) " Hahahahaha. Good one. But isn't Ukraine one of the countries Gosho so eloquently rants about day in day out that Bulgaria needs to trade with instead of Germany?
"The goal of USA is to acquire ONE MORE COLONY in Europe and to place military bases there" Hahahahaha. These Russians keep getting more delusional by the day. Looks like losing Ukraine and losing (humiliatingly) to the Americans in Hockey in their own turf has made their anti-Americanism boil with rage! Losers will always be losers unfortunately!
" at 25 years of Bulgarian “democracy”----key words. The goal of USA is to acquire ONE MORE COLONY in Europe
and to place military bases there......in order to bring "democracy", sure, to bring it nearer to Russian borders.
Ukraine is one step away from the civil war...
Ukrainians, Which part of a peaceful resolution you couldn’t understand?!?
Why wasting lives and destroying your country?!?
Couldn’t you resolve that with peaceful elections?!? In Europe 21 century?!?
No matter what the outcome of this mess is, the fact of the matter is that the country is ruined.
Who has the time to wait another 30 years or so for the country to get better?
Didn’t you learn, just look at 25 years of Bulgarian “democracy” and you’ll realize that you just wasted one generation.