Bulgaria

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Group.png Bulgaria   Powerbase SourcewatchRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
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LocationEurope
Typenation state
Member ofEuropean Union, La Francophonie, NATO, UN
SubpageBulgaria/Ambassador
The poorest country in the European Union.

Bulgaria is a nation state in Eastern Europe. A member of NATO and the European Union.


 

An event carried out

EventLocationDescription
2011 Attacks on LibyaLibya"Perhaps one of the most egregious examples of US military aggression and lawlessness in recent memory", carried out under a pretext of "humanitarian intervention".

 

Group

Group
University of National and World Economy

 

Citizens of Bulgaria on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Philip Dimitrov31 March 1955Prime Minister of Bulgaria 1991-1992. Ambassador to the United States 1998-2002.
Dilyana Gaytandzhieva7 December 1981A Bulgarian journalist who was sacked after claiming that the US shipped weapons to the Al Nusra Front and published a story about this in 2017 that included many images of alleged documents.
Kristalina Georgieva13 August 1953Bilderberg World Bank
Krassimir Ivandjiiski15 June 1947
Nikolai Kamov11 April 1956Bulgarian politician
Ivan Krastev1965George Soros protegé
Viktoria Marinova19 August 19886 October 2018Marinova was an investigative journalist. After an interesting segment on alleged fraud with EU funds by businessmen and politicians - promising to uncover more about those individuals next week - Marinova was murdered in the most popular place for joggers in the city of Ruse. Although deemed a rape and murder, some of her belongings have never been found.
Eva Maydell26 January 1986President of the European Movement International. WEF/Young Global Leaders/2022.
Nadezhda Neynsky9 August 1962Bulgarian FM who was conduit for the war propaganda Operation Horseshoe as part of Kosovo War. WEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1998

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Bulgaria 1990-Albania 1991book extract2003William Blum