Christo Grozev

Investigative Journalist Christo Grozev Afraid to Return to Bulgaria

Renowned investigative journalist Christo Grozev faces a chilling reality as warnings from US and European intelligence services deter his potential return to Bulgaria. In an interview with BNT, Grozev disclosed the alarming assessment, citing significant risks associated with his presence in the country.

Russian Ambassador to Bulgaria Blames Navalny for His Fate, Dismisses Allegations of Kremlin Involvement

Russian Ambassador to Bulgaria, Eleonora Mitrofanova, made controversial remarks regarding the death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, stating that he "chose this fate himself." Speaking to journalists at Shipka Peak, Mitrofanova asserted that prison is not a sanatorium and implied that Navalny's demise was a consequence of his own actions.

Christo Grozev Reflects on Navalny: A Remarkable Optimist and Advocate for Free Speech

In a poignant tribute to Alexei Navalny, investigative journalist Christo Grozev shared heartfelt memories of the Russian opposition leader during a recent interview on Nova TV's morning show "Hello, Bulgaria." Grozev, who was part of the team behind the documentary film "Navalny," reminisced about Navalny's unwavering optimism and insatiable curiosity about the world around him.

Grozev: The 3 Russians Investigated For The Explosions In Bulgaria Are In High Positions In Russia

Bulgaria has reissued a European arrest warrant for six Russian citizens implicated in a series of explosions at ammunition depots between 2011 and 2020. Shockingly, investigative journalist Christo Grozev revealed that three of the accused currently hold high-ranking positions within the Russian government, serving in key roles under President Vladimir Putin's administration.