Opposition tells Bulgarian PM: Petkov missed an opportunity to apologize for Macedonian victims of Bulgarian fascists


Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov missed an opportunity and could have apologized on Saturday for the Macedonian victims of the Bulgarian fascists in World War II, just as Willy Brandt did in Warsaw,” Dragan Kovachki told a news conference on Sunday, commenting on the visit of Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov on Saturday in Bitola.

Kovachki stressed that if Petkov really stands for European values ​​and good neighborly relations with Macedonia, then he should open Macedonian cultural centers in Blagoevgrad, or Sandanski or Sofia, urging Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski and Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani not to run away from the public and to comment on this issue.

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