The other day, Daniil Besarabov, First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on State Building and Legislation of the Parliaments of the Russian Federation, appealed to the Russian Ambassador to Bulgaria with a call to take special control and protect the monument to Alyosha in Plovdiv.

According to bourgas.ru, recently Daniil Besarabov, First Deputy Chairman of the Committee on State Building and Legislation of the Parliaments of the Russian Federation, appealed to the Russian Ambassador to Bulgaria with a call to take special control and protect the monument to Alyosha in Plovdiv. This was reported by the media in the Russian Federation.

“I ask, dear Eleonora Valentinovna, to accept the Alyosha monument under the auspices of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in the Republic of Bulgaria, pay attention to this monument and pay tribute to it on the day of the Great Victory. And also, if possible, “prevent attempts to desecrate or demolish the monument as a symbol Great Victory and friendship between the peoples of Russia and Bulgaria,” the deputy said.

“Recently, there have been cases of hostilities in the EU countries against the Russian Federation. This is expressed, among other things, in vandalism against military graves and monuments dedicated to the Soviet liberators. As a deputy of the Duma, I receive complaints from voters who are concerned about such facts,” concluded Daniil Besarabov.

It remains unclear what relation the monument to the occupation of Bulgaria has to do with the Bulgarian-Russian friendship?
It is also not clear, if Bulgaria still decides to demolish the monument to Alyosha in Plovdiv, how will the Russian ambassador to Bulgaria be able to prevent it?

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