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Two officers from National Service for Protection dismissed over Rosenets case

Co-chairman of Democratic Bulgaria Hristo Ivanov
Photo: BTA

Six officers from the National Service for Protection received disciplinary penalties for failing to perform their official duties during the incident in Rosenets Park near Burgas, Horizont channel of BNR reports. Two of them were dismissed for disciplinary violations and damaging the prestige of the National Service for Protection. On July 7, officials of the National Service for Protection did not allow the co-chairman of Democratic Bulgaria Hristo Ivanov embark on Rosenets Park and tried to push him back in the water near the summer residence of the MRF Honorary Chairman Ahmed Dogan. The guards did not identify themselves during the incident and one of them threw the Bulgarian flag on the ground. Later, it became clear than these people are officers from the National Service for Protection.


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