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Bulgaria VMRO: Spaska Mitrova Banned from Seeing Daughter on Birthday

Bulgaria VMRO: Spaska Mitrova Banned from Seeing Daughter on Birthday

The Bulgarian mother living in FYROM, who sparked a diplomatic scandal in 2009, was banned Thursday from seeing her 3-year-old daughter on her birthday. Spaska Mitrova’s request to see her girl Suzanna has been rejected, the Bulgarian nationalist VMRO party informs. Mitrova has not seen her daughter for 7 months now. VMRO further say that the Court trying her parental […]

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Bulgarian Protest in support of Spaska Mitrova

Bulgarian Protest in support of Spaska Mitrova

A protest in favour of the Bulgarian mother Spaska Mitrova took place yesterday outside FYROM’s embassy in Sofia. The protest was organised by the VMRO party and it is estimated that around 70 people participated according to Novinite.com. The protesters held posters with the words “Give Child Back to Spaska! Every Child Needs Its Mother’. Spaska Mitrova’s shocking arrest last year […]

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Αναστάτωση στα Σκόπια - Ο Αθ. Πλεύρης έθεσε το θέμα Βασίλ Γκλιγκορίεβιτς στην Ευρωπαική Κομισιόν

Αναστάτωση προκάλεσε στα Σκόπια η είδηση πως ο Ευρωβουλευτής του ΛΑΟΣ Αθ. Πλεύρης έθεσε το ζήτημα του Βασίλ Γκλιγκορίεβιτς στην Ευρωπαϊκή Κομισιόν. Ο Ευρωβουλευτής του ΛΑΟΣ ζήτησε απο την Κομισιόν να παρέμβει δραστικά επισημαίνοντας πως ο Γκλιγκορίεβιτς διώκεται απο την αστυνομία των Σκοπίων εξαιτίας των επιστημονικών του ερευνών. Βάση των ερευνών του καταλήγει στο συμπέρασμα ότι υπάρχουν Μακεδόνες μόνο στην Ελλάδα ενώ […]

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Let’s stop discrimination and torture against people with Bulgarian self-consciousness in FYROM

PRESS-RELEASE Peaceful Citizen’s Protest in Support of Spaska Mitrova The Citizens’ Initiative Committee “Spaska Mitrova” is organising a peaceful, non-partisan, civil protest in support of Ms. Spaska Mitrova (an academic graduate who holds both Bulgarian and Macedonian citizenships), jailed behind the bars of the infamous communist prison “Idrizovo”, near Skopje, because of her Bulgarian self-consciousness. This protest is born of […]

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Bulgarian Protest in support of Spaska Mitrova to be staged at FYROM’s embassy in Bulgaria

Bulgarian Protest in support of Spaska Mitrova to be staged at FYROM’s embassy in Bulgaria

According to FYROM’s newspaper Vreme, a group of Bulgarian will stage a protest in front of FYROM’s embassy in Bulgaria as a mark of support to Spaska Mitrova from Gevgelija whom “they believe to be unfairly sentenced on three-month imprisonment”. The citizens decided to organize the protest in Facebook since FYROM’s President Gjorge Ivanov refused to pardon Mitrova over humane reasons. Apart […]

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THE CASE OF SPASKA MITROVA – THE SAGA OF A YOUNG WOMAN AND HER BABY DAUGHTER: VICTIMS OF GENDER BIAS OR POLIТICAL REPRESSIONS?

THE CASE OF SPASKA MITROVA – THE SAGA OF A YOUNG WOMAN AND HER BABY DAUGHTER: VICTIMS OF GENDER BIAS OR POLIТICAL REPRESSIONS?

Spaska Mitrova is a 25-year-old mother of an ill baby girl, a native of the town of Gevgelija located in South-Eastern Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). This is her story and how she found herself in jail, her ill and still suckling baby daughter snatched to an unknown location without her medications and proper medical care, the two falling […]

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Bulgarian foreign ministry has not yet received official reply about Spaska Mitrova case

7 August 2009 10:13 Focus News Agency Sofia. Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has not yet received an official reply to its insistence on FYROM’s Foreign Ministry’s urgent intervention in the case with Spaska Mitrova and her release from prison, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Dragovest Goranov told FOCUS News Agency. The diplomatic practice says we should wait for a week. The Bulgarian […]

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A1: Spaska Mitrova convicted for being Bulgarian, RADKO claims

5 August 2009 | 13:41 | FOCUS News Agency Skopje. “Was Spaska Mitrova convicted for being a Bulgarian or is she just using her Bulgarian passport as an alibi?” asks the FYROM’s А1 TV. 23-year-old Mitrova has been in jail for several days serving a 3-month sentence for not letting her husband visit their 2-year-old daughter. To her kin, to the […]

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Spaska Mitrova case – comments in FYROM’s media

Spaska Mitrova case – comments in FYROM’s media

Skopje/Sofia. Sofia and Skopje again exchanged diplomatic notes. This time the new government of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov did not hesitate much on the case with Spaska Mitrova and sent “a threatening diplomatic note” while Skopje responded with much moderate tone, Dnevnik daily writes. Sofia warns it will consider FYROM’s attitude towards this and similar cases as one of the […]

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