He didn’t drive any bombs. Hearing this, I was shocked

He didn’t drive any bombs. Hearing this, I was shocked
He didn’t drive any bombs. Hearing this, I was shocked
The wife of a man from Plovdiv detained and accused by the Russian authorities of terrorism in Crimea is looking for help to save him. She claims that her husband has nothing to do with such activity.

20 days ago, the Federal Security Service announced that it had detained Ukrainian intelligence agents who were preparing terrorist acts in Crimea. The targets of the attacks were the governor of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov, the mayor of Yalta Yanina Pavlenko, as well as the transport infrastructure of the peninsula. Among those detained is the Bulgarian Denis Petranov, who since 2017 lives in Plovdiv.

“I last heard from my husband on May 10. He is currently in Simferopol. He was initially accused of hooliganism and was detained for ten days. When he was released, they immediately waited for him and filed all other charges,” explained Marina Petranova to NOVA.

She denies that Petranov has a transport company. Federal security services, however, claim that he was involved in shipments, and bombs that were exported from Bulgaria were disguised as shipments of electric stoves.

“He didn’t drive any bombs. When I heard that, I was shocked,” Petranova is categorical.

The Bulgarian’s wife seeks help from the Bulgarian embassy in Moscow.

“I had no answer for three weeks. They told me that they could not help me because Bulgaria does not recognize Crimea as Russian territory and they could not do anything,” she explained.

Now Petranova appeals to the state, all institutions and organizations for help. The Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ukrainian Embassy in Sofia remain silent on the case.

The article is in bulgaria


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