LJULIZAM Sulejmani, a Serbian citizen who was recently injured in a car accident in Bulgaria, arrived in Serbia, accompanied by Serbian Ambassador to Bulgaria Zeljko Jovic, and will continue his treatment in Vranje.
– Sulejmani was released from Pirogov Hospital in Sofia and we entered Serbia. With the great assistance of the Ministry of Health of Serbia, and on the order of the Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikola Selaković, the Embassy of Serbia in Sofia organized the transfer of Sulejmani from the hospital in Bulgaria to the Health Center Vranje – said Jović.
He added that Sulejmani in Vranje, according to the health protocols, will remain on shorter controls, and that he hopes that he will soon be at home with his loved ones.
– I wish him a speedy recovery, to be with his fiancée quickly, who was also released from the hospital today, to continue living together with a smile and to forget what happened as soon as possible – said Jović.
Earlier today in Sofia, the ambassador spoke with Sulejmani and his brother and father.
Suleimani’s passport was burned, and the Embassy in Sofia issued him a travel document so that he could return home to Serbia.
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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