Radev extends list – now he blames Macedonian institutions of spreading hatred against Bulgaria


The old-new Bulgarian President Rumen Radev at Thursday’s meetings with Presidents of Germany and France Steinmeier and Macron for the first time came up with an expanded list of institutions in Macedonia who use hate speech against neighboring Bulgaria.

Radev told Steinmeier that Macedonia must demonstrate European maturity and respect for the EU values by undertaking specific activities to put an end to hate speech directed at Bulgaria in the history textbooks, by state and academic institutions and public media. Radev did not specify which institutions in Macedonia he has objections against.

This, in turn, ultimately coincides with the Greater Bulgarian hegemonic theses of the negation of Macedonianism as the main “enemy” of Bulgarian identity in Macedonia, although, truth be told, Radev did not mention it explicitly.

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