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Visegrad Insight: Too Many Spies

Article on Bulgaria in Russian media. 

Too Many Spies 

Tensions in relations between Russia and Bulgaria have risen in recent months. As in the case of the Czech Republic today (and Poland two years ago), this is due to conflict over monuments and memorial sites dedicated to the Red Army. Attempts were made to damage them: in the town of Dobrich, near Plovdiv, and in the Lozenets district in Sofia. These cases prompted a wider conversation amongst the Bulgarian public on the location of these monuments and their sociocultural significance. And, of course, an important external actor has not been passive in the matter: Russia immediately engaged with these events, framing itself as a victim, as it has in previous instances. At the same time, it seeks to be seen as an arbitrator. However, as is often the case, these disputes over the past mask the context of current developments. The situation in Bulgaria is no exception. The controversy over the fate of the monuments was based on the current state of Russian-Bulgarian relations ... (Visegrad Insight, July 2020).



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