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Bulgaria asked Russia to recall diplomat over spying allegation

Reuters Monday, 28 October 2019
Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry asked Moscow to recall a diplomat from the Russian Embassy in Sofia, after prosecutors accused a first secretary of having been involved in espionage in the Balkan country for more than a year.
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