The Minister of the Interior Ivan Demerdzhiev announced that a representative of the Bulgarian Ministry of the Interior will be admitted by the authorities in the Republic of South Africa to the investigation into the case of the wanted by Interpol Krasimir Kamenov - Karo, who was killed yesterday along with three other people in Cape Town.
Krasimir Kamenov-Karo, wanted by Bulgaria at the request of Interpol, was shot dead early this morning in Cape Town, South Africa. Besides him, according to initial information, three more people were killed. Local media in the Republic of South Africa claimed that the dead were two men and two women between the ages of 40 and 50. Their bodies were found this morning. Around 8:20 a.m.
A foreign national wanted for sexual crimes was arrested by police at Thessaloniki's Makedonia airport during a routine passport control check.
According to Interpol's database, the 51-year-old man was wanted for his involvement in prostitution in France between 2006 and 2008, and the crimes allegedly involved multiple offenders, accomplices, and victims.
The Bulgarian banker Tzvetan Vassilev has again been declared an internationally wanted man. According to information from the National Radio, a European Arrest Warrant was issued for him last week, and since this week he has been submitted for search by Interpol. The reason is a new investigation against him, which the Sofia City Prosecutor's Office is working on.
Croatia's Bureau for the Prevention of Corruption and Organized Crime, USKOK, has filed an indictment against eight Croatian citizens for smuggling hundreds of kilograms of cocaine and selling weapons.
The principal defendant, Petar Cosic, 52, is also accused of the murder of Milan Milovac, 47, who collaborated with the Belgrade drug lord Darko Saric.
The Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev sent letters to the General Secretariat of the Council of Europe, the European Committee on Crime Problems, the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and the President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola about difficulties encountered with the application of the European Convention on the extradition of Bulgarian citizens from Republ
A drug smuggler wanted by Interpol with a red notice, Urfi Çetinkaya, has been detained in a villa in Istanbul's Sarıyer district along with five other people.
Istanbul police's anti-terror unit raided the villa with the support of special operations team on late April 11. He was then taken to the police station after a health check.