The United States wants to drive Russia out of all spheres of life by Bulgaria. However, this goal is Utopian.
This was stated in an interview with RIA Novosti by the Russian ambassador to Sofia Eleonora Mitrofanova.
Eleonora Mitrofanova recalls the expulsion of a number of Russian diplomats from Sofia as an example of the United States’ willingness to deal with Russian influence in Bulgaria. According to her, however, this goal is unachievable, since there is no way to erase the common history and the spiritual closeness that unites the peoples of Bulgaria and Russia.
The Russian The ambassador expressed the hope that the diplomatic crisis between Moscow and Sofia was already a closed page.
According to her, there is no danger in the foreseeable future for Bulgaria to give up Russian blue fuel, because liquefied gas is much more expensive.
Ambassador Mitrofanova recalled that regular flights between Russia and Bulgaria resumed in July and predicted that charter flights would be allowed in case of increased interest in our country as a tourist destination.
It is clear from the Ambassador’s words that Moscow is ready to work with any Bulgarian government, as there are many areas where cooperation can be useful and mutually beneficial.
Embassy follows case against Nikolai Malinov
The Russian the embassy in Sofia is closely following the trial against the head of the russophile movement, Nikolai Malinov, said Eleonora Mitrofanova.
Malinov is accused of spying for the benefit of Russian NGO. According to Mitrofanova, this accusation is as serious as it is unfounded.
“As an embassy, we are following the whole process, our diplomat was at a meeting of this tribunal. We consider the accusations unfounded and we hope that the tribunal will decide everything impartially,” said the ambassador.
She regrets that the russophile movement did not receive much support in the legislative elections in our country.