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Bulgarians have expelled the head of the Russian Orthodox Church in Sofia and two Belarusian priests accused of representing Russia’s geopolitical interests, AFP reported. The National Security Agency did not disclose the priests’ full names, only their initials and citizenship, and banned them from the country for five years. The Russian embassy, on the other hand, described that it was Archimandrite Vassijan. They also called the move impolite.
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