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 Friday, October 13 2017 18:08
Tatevik Shahunyan

Bulgarian journalist Dilyana Gaitandzhieva has demanded from  President Radev to raise the issue of delivering weapons to ISIS  militants from Azerbaijan

Bulgarian journalist Dilyana Gaitandzhieva has demanded from  President Radev to raise the issue of delivering weapons to ISIS  militants from Azerbaijan

ArmInfo.The Bulgarian journalist Dilyana Gaitandzhieva, whose efforts uncovered the  Azerbaijani fraud with arms supplies to ISIS militants, reacted with sharp comments to the visit of Bulgarian President Rumen Radev to Azerbaijan.

On her Facebook page, the journalist asked, in particular, whether  the heads of Bulgaria and Azerbaijan will discuss the sale of weapons  to Islamist terrorists. "Mr. Radev, did you ask the President of  Azerbaijan how the Bulgarian-made weapons were in the hands of the  ISIS terrorists and An-Nusra in Syria through diplomatic flights  authorized by the Bulgarian authorities on the planes of the  state-owned company of Azerbaijan SilkWay Airlines?" Gaitandzhieva  wrote in the social network.

It is noteworthy that the journalist was fired from work immediately  after the publication in the authoritative Bulgarian edition of  "Trud" of investigations into Azerbaijan's deliveries of weapons to  ISIS militants, however, this did not break Gaytandzieva.

In June 2017, in the authoritative Bulgarian edition of Trudl, an  investigation was published about how Azerbaijan, for three years  under the cover of diplomatic flights, which do not pass standard air  control, on the sides of the Azerbaijani state-owned airline SilkWay  Airlines various hot spots (Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Congo) to  militants of Islamist organizations.

After the publication of this article Gaitandzhieva several times  asked for a personal meeting with the President of Bulgaria to  provide him with documents relating to the national security of the  country.  However, the journalist was never given the opportunity,  moreover, she was fired from her job.

President of Bulgaria Rumen Radev is on a visit to Azerbaijan these  days.

Meanwhile, the Armenian delegation in the Parliamentary Assembly of  the Council of Europe also raised this issue in the structure, urging  PACE to thoroughly investigate this information. 

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