Bulgarian comedians are pishmania: The play "Vrazalec" in Bitola has been cancelled

The Bulgarian theatrical performance "Vrazalec" which at the beginning of February was supposed to guest in three Macedonian cities, will not be held. Just one day after the announcement that Bulgarian comedians will be guests on the stage of the Bitola National Theatre, it is cancelled, the Bitola National Theater announced. BNT reports. As the Bulgarian media pthe arrangement was announced for February 1 as part of the repertoire of the dramatic puppet theater "Ivan Radoev" from Pleven, which was helped by the financier of the Bulgarian clubs in the country, Milen Vrabevski, as well as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria and the Consulate General of Bulgaria in Bitola.

"We would like to inform you that the play "A devil" which was scheduled for February 1 - the visit of R. Bulgaria of the theater "Melpomena" giving up" inform from BNT, without giving details of who canceled it and why. Is it the Bitola Theater or the guests from Bulgaria?

The announcement of the Bulgarian comedians' visit to Bitola was interpreted on social networks new provocation by Sophia.

Otherwise pthe screening of some of the most popular Bulgarian actors was initiated and funded by the Bulgarian Memory Foundation and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Bulgaria and was supposed to take place on February 1, 2 and 3 in Bitola, Shtip and Strumica.

"Yesterday afternoon, within a few minutes, we received two notifications from the theaters in Shtip and Strumica for the unilateral termination of the contracts for the event, due to technical problems occurring on the territory of the theaters related to the electrical system, roof construction and heating, which do not allow the event to be held hold there. We also contacted the Bitola Theater, from where we did not receive an explicitly positive response that the performance could be held as planned. So, unfortunately, the production "A devil" he cannot visit her at this stage C. Macedonia", say the "Bugarska pmat" foundation for the Bulgarian media.

At the same time part of prepresentatives from Vrabevski's foundation in Bitola said that the visit of the theater comedy was scheduled three months ago, and not now at this sensitive moment in the relations between the two countries, clarifying the purpose of the play as an act to bring the two peoples together.

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