Libyan envoy invites Bulgarian PM Borissov to negotiate about written-off debt - report

Sep 7, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Sofia Echo

Isse Rabii Anshour, named by the National Transitional Council as Libya's new ambassador in Sofia, says that Prime Minister Boiko Borissov is welcome to go to Tripoli to negotiate the question of the huge amount of debt owed by Libya to Bulgaria that was written off as part of a 2007 deal to free the Bulgarian medics held by the Gaddafi regime.

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Tartargayrian Gypsy

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Sep 9, 2011
 
Je be the Tartargayrian Gypsies from Tartargayria, they should go back to Asia/Iran/Turkey where they came from and leave the Balkans cause they are not true and real Europeans.
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Yo! Bulgaria was the first European country!!! You stupid f*g! We hate f*gs here!

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