MRF supporter: My children are in good health due to Delyan Peevski

Young Movement for Rights and Freedoms’ (MRF) supporters gathered near Rosenets beach this morning - people with a cause who had contacts with the former political leader of the Movement, Ahmed Dogan. These people have received their education and have been supported by the political leadership of the MRF over the years MRF MEP Ilhan Kyuchyuk said on BNT air.

A young man is there, among the supporters, wearing a T-shirt with the image of MP and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski. He explained in front of TV cameras that he was there to give his support, because Delyan Peevski had helped before for treating his two children, who are already in good health.

MRF supporters have considered it morally binding to come to the Rosenets Park area and to support their leader Ahmed Dogan, added Kyuchyuk.

"We should not forget what we have achieved over the last 30 years. A unique ethnic model, whose architect is exactly Ahmed Dogan. We have the opportunity to celebrate 25 years since the events in Srebrenitca. What happened in the Western Balkans did not happen in Bulgaria, thanks to this ethnic model. This paved our way to NATO and the EU," Kyuchyuk said.

According to him, all MRF supporters love their homeland and they wish Bulgaria to prosper in the EU. "Our dream is to live in a free and equal country that works every day for the well-being of the Bulgarian citizens," Kyuchyuk added.

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