Bulgaria accuses Turkey of election interference

The Turkish authorities has denied allegations that it interfered in neighboring Bulgaria’s election.

The Turkish Foreign Ministry summoned Bulgaria’s ambassador to Turkey, Hristov Tcholakov, and advised him that Turkey rejects all accusations that it interfered within the Nov. 14 vote. The move adopted Bulgaria summoning Turkey’s ambassador over the alleged interference, the official Anadolu Agency reported.

The subject of alleged Turkish interference in Bulgarian politics just isn’t new. In March, Bulgaria summoned the Turkish ambassador after reviews {that a} Turkish minister campaigned for the Democrats for Responsibility, Solidarity and Tolerance social gathering in Istanbul. The social gathering is fashionable with ethnic Turkish voters in Bulgaria. The Movement for Rights and Freedoms social gathering additionally has appreciable help in Bulgaria’s Turkish group.

More lately, Radio Bulgaria reported a protest exterior the Turkish Embassy in Sofia yesterday. The demonstrators had been motivated by the federal government’s demand that Turkey not intrude within the second spherical of presidential voting, which is able to happen on Nov. 21.

Turkey hosts a number of voting facilities for Bulgarian residents to forged their ballots. 

Bulgaria shares a land border with Turkey in southeastern Europe. Bulgaria is a vital nation when it comes to Turkey’s safety and protection coverage. Russian fuel imports to Turkey undergo Bulgaria, for instance. 


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