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Commenting article: Bulgarian Nationalist Chief Blames Turkey for Attack on Dogan

Turkey wants to interfere in Bulgaria's internal affairs through the attack on ethnic Turkish leader Ahmed Dogan.

The statement was made by the leader of the country's far-right, nationalist Ataka party, Volen Siderov.

He explained he had received the above information from an intelligence source, stressing he would not disclose his or her name over fears the person would be killed.

Yane - 23 Jan 2013 // 00:40:15

Possible that they could be involved, with 'Sultan' Erdogan siding against Dogan, has the nerve to speak in Turkish to Bulgarian citizens, and not to mention Turkey is hosting and supporting terrorism against another neighbor, Syria. But war? Unless Turkey wants to start WW3 with Russia, I don't think so, provocations? Sure.

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