Opening of a Bulgarian club in Pustec has been stopped, says foundation

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In Pustec, Mala Prespa, the opening of a Bulgarian cultural club will not take place today, announced by the Bulgarian Foundation Macedonia.

Late last night, the Foundation announced on Facebook that they will wait for the registration of the club in the competent Albanian institutions, and then they will organize a ceremonial opening.

Earlier, the mayor of this unique Macedonian municipality in Albania, PaliKolefski, told MIA that no permit was issued for the opening of the club.

“There is no permission from the competent Albanian institutions to open a Bulgarian cultural club. They do this in order to give them publicity. It is more than obvious that it is a provocation towards Macedonia,” said Kolefski.

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