“I wasn’t thinking of going to the RSM, but how can I refuse such an invitation – I will certainly go.”
This was stated by MEP Angel Dzambazki to NOVA.
Last night, after the Security Council, the President of the Republic of Macedonia, Stevo Pendarovski, announced that he will propose to the government to introduce a ban on entry into the country of one MEP from Bulgaria and several other Bulgarian politicians, because of the actions they are taking against Skopje.
The Republic of Macedonia is preparing a ban on Bulgarian politicians
The occasion is the celebration of Gotse Delchev on February 4 in the Macedonian capital.
Pendarovski did not name the Bulgarian MEP, but the Macedonian media wrote that he was probably referring to the MEP from VMRO Angel Jambazki.
“If a Serbian, Russian, Comintern connection is to be sought somewhere – it is in Skopje, not in Bulgaria,” pointed out Jambazki: “Macedonism as a political doctrine, as a weapon against Bulgaria, is always provoked by Belgrade and Moscow, never by Bulgaria.” .
Buyar Osmani: There is no need for them to address their demands to Bulgaria
“In Skopje, you can hear the echo of the tasks set for them by Belgrade and Moscow, which aim to divide the Bulgarian society, to set the society in Macedonia against Bulgaria”, continued the MEP.
“An anti-Bulgarian campaign was raging in Skopje. Bulgarians are persecuted because of their self-determination. There is ethnic cleansing. Bulgarians are attacked in the Republic of Macedonia because they are Bulgarians. If there is a European value, it is the right to self-determination, and currently the right to self-determination of the Bulgarians in Macedonia is being denied. It cannot be an EU member state. He may be a member of some other union, not the European one”, said Dzambazki.