Skopje mayor for Tatar TV: Macedonian capital was liberated by partisans from Bulgarian fascists


The mayor of Skopje and senior SDSM official Petre Silegov does not agree with the official policy of a bent spine led by his leader Zoran Zaev.

In an interview with Bulgarian TV Europe, Silegov talks about Tito’s place in the November 13 celebrations, a thesis imposed by Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zakharieva. According to him, mixing theses is a search for an alibi for the stupidity that Bulgaria is doing to Macedonia.

Zakharieva’s position is nonsense. Trying to save the position of Bulgaria, which does more harm to Bulgaria than to Macedonia, tries to mix the two, he said.

According to him, the Bulgarians who fought alongside Germany are fascist occupiers who occupied the country in 1941, and in 1944 Skopje was liberated by the partisans – from the Bulgarian occupiers.

He says that an alibi for stupidity is also Bulgaria’s claim that an anti-Bulgarian campaign is being conducted in the country, adding that Zakharieva’s positions are simply unprincipled.