Bulgarian Back-Up for Ukrainian Opposition Leader

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Bulgarian Back-Up for Ukrainian Opposition Leader Nadezhda Mihaylova, Vice-president of the European Peoples' Party and President of the Union of Right Forces, will speak in front of the crowd gathered at the Nezavisimost Square in Ukraine thus supporting the opposition leader. Photo by Sofia News Agency

Nadezhda Mihaylova, Vice-president of the European Peoples' Party and President of the Union of Right Forces, will speak in front of the crowd gathered at the Nezavisimost Square in Ukraine thus supporting the opposition leader Yushchenko.

Mihaylova was asked to attend the Kiev meeting by her host Viktor Yushchenko. Mihaylova and Yushchenko held an hour and a half discussing the problems in Ukraine.

The people went out on the streets, as they feel offended because of the fact that their votes were faked, Viktor Yushchenko pointed out.

Also on Thursday the European Parliament has called for a rerun of the Ukrainian presidential election. The latest development in the 11-day-old crisis came a day after the European Union and the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe attempted to mediate in the dispute.

People in Ukraine stormed the streets to protest against the results of the November 21 elections.
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