SOFIA — A Bulgarian research into so-called espionage involving Russian non-governmental organizations is certainly not meant to influence relations with Moscow, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov stated on Wednesday.
Prosecutors charged the pinnacle of the Bulgarian non-governmental company (NGO) on Tuesday with spying for Russia included in a scheme they stated aimed to attract Bulgaria far from its Western allies and towards Moscow.
Prosecutors stated Nikolai Malinov, 50, mind associated with the nationwide Russophile motion, had struggled to obtain the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies, run primarily by previous intelligence that is foreign, and in addition for the next Russian NGO, the Double-Headed Eagle, since 2010.
In their very very very first comments that are public the costs against Malinov, Borissov stated their nation had made its option way back when and appears aided by the eu and NATO.
Bulgaria, Moscow’s most dedicated satellite in Soviet times, is currently a part of NATO as well as the eu but has near social and historic ties with Russia, which remains its biggest power provider