LJULJZIM Sulejmani, a Serbian citizen who was injured in a serious traffic accident near Sofia last week, will continue his treatment in Vranje, and Serbian Ambassador to Bulgaria Zeljko Jovic talked to him today.
Jovic talked to Sulejmani and his brother and father.
Sulejmani’s passport burned down, and the Embassy in Sofia issued him a travel document so that he could return home to Serbia, it is stated on the official Twitter account of the Embassy of Serbia in Bulgaria.
– He will continue the treatment in Vranje, where the ambulance came for him. Good luck, LJuljzim, quick recovery! – it is said in the announcement on Twitter.
At least 46 people were killed in a car accident on the Sofia-Blagojevgrad highway, near the village of Bosnek, last Wednesday.
The accident happened when a bus with North Macedonian license plates, which was returning from Istanbul, caught fire.
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