Europe has not gone back to the Cold War, rather it has been involved in a new, dangerous confrontation with Russia which we call “cold peace”, stated Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev in an interview for BBC on Friday.
In the interview, Plevneliev warns that Russia is trying to divide and weaken Europe, and insists that Europe should react firmly to Russian influence in Bulgaria and the continent.
According to Plevneliev, the main instruments which Russia uses in Europe are financing populist political parties and extremist movements, leading mass propaganda and destabilising its opponents via cyber attacks....
We can not forget that Russia have chosen its allies and they are Greece and Serbia.. and even in the case of good Russian intentions their intentions are not good sometimes... but we do have respect for Russia and do not need a president that ignore this... we need a president that is able to say No to foreign powers and protect the national interests.. not someone that is repeating like parrot statements invented in someone\'s NGO\'s .
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