Radev: Special services to protect the rights of Bulgarian nationals in Macedonia

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Bulgarian President Rumen Radev met Monday with chiefs of the country’s special services, urging them to undertake timely measures for adequate protection of the rights of nationals outside of Bulgaria, who are exposed to attacks only because of their national self-determination.

The meeting comes after the President’s Office received a letter from culture center Ivan Mihaylov-Bitola and other citizens of North Macedonia declaring themselves as Bulgarians, and ‘the frequent occurrences of their rights’ violations only because they declare themselves as ethnic Bulgarians”.

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