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Bulgarian President advised to his successor not to recognize Crimea as Russian territory
18:16, 15 January 2017
Bulgarian President advised to his successor not to recognize Crimea as Russian territory

"If we want to see the peace in Europe, there must be rules and we have to respect them," said Plevneliev.

18:16, 15 January 2017

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Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has recommended to his successor Rumen Radev not to recognize Crimea as the Russian territory. It is reported by Polish Radio.

"No European leaders share the thesis that according to the law, Crimean peninsula is Ukrainian territory, but in reality it is Russian land because Russia has put its flag there. I also do not agree with this. President Radev after taking office, should very carefully examine this issue.

I will help him with my arguments. If we want to see the peace in Europe, there must be rules and we have to respect them," said Plevneliev.

Let us recall that on November 13, 2016 a pro-Russian candidate Rumen Radev won the presidential elections in Bulgaria.

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