Bulgaria sends request to Serbia on cameraman’s death

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The Bulgarian embassy in Belgrade, Serbia has sent a request to the foreign ministry on additional data, regarding the death of cameraman Asen Petrov in the Serbian capital city. A sharp protest is also being prepared due to the 5-day-long delay of the information on the case. Petrov had been missing for few days and was found dead in Belgrade on January 4, info of the Interpol bureau clarifies. The Bulgarian foreign ministry reports that the Belgrade embassy kicked off actions on the clarifying of the case right after the receiving of the information yesterday.

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