Sunday, January 28, 2007

ulgaria drafts a black list of Macedonian journalists

Skopje. Viktor Cvetanovksi, journalist from the Macedonian Utrinski Vesnik newspaper and a correspondent of Nova Makedonija in Sofia, Dragan Pavlovic Latas from Vecer newspaper, Branko Georgievski from Dnevnik daily, Goran Momirovski from A1 TV channel, are part of the Macedonian journalists for whom it is demanded to be included in the black list of Bulgaria, the Macedonian Spic writes today, citing information provided by A1 TV channel.
The suggestion is for about ten Macedonian journalists, who write about the attitude of the Bulgarian authorities to the Macedonian issue, to be included in the black list.
The Bulgarian party VMRO-Bulgarian People’s Movement was set to send in the coming days a demand to the Bulgarian government and parliament. This demand would be under the form of a declaration with the explanation that Macedonian journalists should be banned to enter Bulgaria since they were part of the anti-Bulgarian hysteria in Macedonia.
The thesis supported by the Bulgarian nationalists is that part of the journalists in Macedonia want to part the two countries in favor of the Serbian secret services, Spic writes.

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