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MOSCOW, October 1. /TASS/. Bulgaria's opposition party Attack plans to ask Bulgaria’s parliament to support Russia’s proposal on creating a broad coalition on the fight against terrorism, the party leader Volen Siderov has said.
"I will raise the issue in the Bulgarian parliament on the need to back Russia’s initiative on establishing a broad coalition on the fight against terrorism," Siderov told the International parliamentary forum in Moscow.
The party believes that "Russia is saving Europe by its actions." "Europe will die of this wave of migrants and this is a huge danger, including for Bulgaria," the politician said.
In his speech at the 70th session of the UN General Assembly on Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin called for creating a broad anti-terrorism coalition that would fight against the Islamic State (IS) group in cooperation with Syria’s authorities based on the international law and the UN Charter.