Bulgaria FM visits J'lem, briefs PM on Burgas attack

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January 17, 2013 19:28

 
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Israeli officials were tight-lipped Thursday about Bulgaria's Foreign Minister Nikolai Mladenov's surprise visit to brief leaders on its probe into last July's Burgas bombing that killed five Israeli tourists and a Bulgarian bus driver.

While Israel blamed Hezbollah and its sponsor Iran for the attack, the Bulgarians have not yet issued their final report on the matter, due to be released either next week or the beginning of February.

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