Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev Met Briefly Vladimir Putin

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Bulgaria: Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev Met Briefly Vladimir Putin Rosen Plevneliev and Vladimir Putin. Photo by: Russian Presidency Press Office.

Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev met briefly with Russian President Vladimir Putin before the closing gala of the Winter Olympic Games on Sunday.

According to the official website of the Russian presidency, Putin had brief conversations with Plevneliev, Serbia's Prime Minister Ivica Dacic, Armenia's Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan, South Korea's Prime Minister Jung Hong-won and representatives of the International Olympic Committee.

The Bulgarian President's press office of denied the information that Plevneliev had a conversation with Putin and said they only shook hands briefly.

The press office had previously informed that Plevneliev will not have any political meetings during his visit to Sochi.

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Vladimir K. - 26 Feb 2014 // 16:21:17

All the posters here, you have clearly been influenced by anti-Russian western press and your opinions are far from what Putin really is.

democrat - 25 Feb 2014 // 22:58:18

Putin for a Nobel peace prize, don't make me laugh! He could have ended the civil war in Syria thousands of lives ago by not backing Assad a nd supplying them with weapons.

sa-sha - 25 Feb 2014 // 19:52:07

Look, Corneel, what about "Corneel is dirty peder*st", eh? Well, do submit the only ONE fact which can prove
Your "Putin is an evil man. A full blood dictator". Facts, Corneel.

Corneel1949 - 25 Feb 2014 // 19:20:23

Putin is an evil man. A full blood dictator not interested in anything human. Just interested in power and influence. So please don;t talk about Nobel prizes ....

Optimistic - 24 Feb 2014 // 20:27:56

Come on remember that Russia and Putin brokered the deal that removed chemical weapons from Syria.

Putin should be in line for a Nobel Peace Prize.

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