23 November 2021
Skopje – Prime Minister Zoran Zaev told MIA that he is heading for Bulgaria to visit the survivors of the bus accident which happened overnight on Struma highway in Bulgaria and killed 45 people.
Skopje – Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, who left for Sofia overnight together with Health Minister Venko Filipche and Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani, told MIA that one of the survivors has said a loud explosion was heard prior to the accident that claimed at least 45 lives at a motorway in Bulgaria.
Skopje – The bus that caught fire in Bulgaria early on Tuesday, in which at least 46 people were killed, is registered to “Besa Trans”, a company that organizes travel and shopping tours in Istanbul.According to preliminary information, the bus carried mainly young people coming back from an excursion in Turkey.
Skopje – President Stevo Pendarovski has extended his deepest condolences to the families of those killed and injured in the bus accident on a motorway in Bulgaria early on Tuesday.
Skopje – Foreign Minister Bujar Osmani has arrived in the Sofia-based Pirogov hospital to visit the survivors of the fatal bus accident that occurred at the Struma motorway in Bulgaria early on Tuesday.
Skopje – All seven injured passengers treated in the Sofia-based Pirogov hospital are in stable condition that is not life-threatening, said Health Minister Venko Filipche on Tuesday.
Skopje – ‘Besa Trans’, the company that owns the bus that caught fire at the Struma motorway in Bulgaria, is registered in Kyustendil, Bulgarian media report after checking the country’s trade register.
Sofia – At least 45 people were killed in an overnight an accident on Struma highway in Bulgaria after a bus caught fire, which was travelling from Turkey’s main city of Istanbul to Skopje in North Macedonia.
Sofia – An investigation in the bus accident at the Struma motorway in Bulgaria is ongoing, said Prime Minister Stefan Yanev at the site of the incident, MIA reports from Sofia.
Sofia – Bulgarian President Rumen Radev expressed his condolences to the President Stevo Pendarovski over the severe bus accident in Bulgarian highway in which 46 people were killed.
Brussels – European Commissioner for Neighborhood and Enlargement Oliver Varhelyi has extended his condolences over the bus accident that claimed at least 46 lives at a motorway in Bulgaria.