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The front door of the center is burnt out and unusable

During the night or early this morning, June 4, 2022, the Cultural Club “Ivan Mihailov” in Bitola was set on fire. The front door of the center is burnt out and unusable. A police inspection was carried out on the spot, and the representatives of the Ivan Mihailov Cultural Club in Bitola expect the culprits to be found and held accountable, BTA reported.

The Bulgarian Minister of Foreign Affairs is traveling to Bitola

Teodora Genchovska and the Ambassador of our country to Northern Macedonia Angel Angelov.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Northern Macedonia strongly condemns the act of deliberate arson at the entrance of the Ivan Mihailov Association in Bitola.

“This vandal attack is another proof that there are many participants who are against the progress in the relations between Northern Macedonia and Bulgaria and our common European future.

This crime was not committed by chance on the day when the two sides will establish a dialogue

to overcome open issues on the path to European integration of Northern Macedonia. The competent authorities of the state are making efforts to find the perpetrator of this act of vandalism, “the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Northern Macedonia said in a statement.

The official opening of the club “Ivan Mihailov” in Bitola was on April 16 this year

in the presence of Vice President Iliana Yotova, Prime Minister Kiril Petkov and many politicians.

Source: BTA

Photo: The Ivan Mihailov Cultural Center in Bitola (BGNES)

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