Christo Grozev

Christo Grozev after the "Oscar": Putin was Very Angry after he watched "Navalny"

"The Academy Award is pragmatically useful. Now the film will be watched by at least another 20 million people.

This means that viewers will be exposed to the facts that we present in this film - Russia has a program to kill and eliminate its own citizens, anyone who has the courage to go against the authorities or run for president."

“Navalny” with the participation of Bulgarian Christo Grozev Won an Oscar

A powerful message from the Oscars ceremony. The film "Navalny" created with the participation of Bulgarian journalist Christo Grozev won the Oscar in the category of documentary cinema.

"We owe a lot to Christo Grozev, Christo, you risked so much and did so much for this film. We also thank Alexei Navalny and his family," said director Daniel Rohr.

Christo Grozev was forced to leave Austria: He was Threatened by Russian Agents

Bulgarian investigative journalist Christo Grozev was forced to leave Austria, where he has lived for nearly 20 years. According to the Viennese newspaper "Falter", he was threatened by the Russian security services, "24 Chasa" reported.

According to Grozev, he suspects that "there are more Russian agents than policemen" in the Austrian capital.

"Navalny", with the participation of Bulgarian Christo Grozev, was Nominated for an Oscar

The documentary about the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, in the creation of which the Bulgarian journalist Cristo Grozev from the Bellingcat platform also participated, has been nominated for an Oscar.

The film Navalny (2021, USA) by Canadian director Daniel Rohr follows Grozev as he searches for Navalny's poisoners.

Christo Grozev: For 150 Euros Bulgarian Media published Propaganda Articles for the Russian Intelligence

"Insignificant amounts of money lead to significant influence on public consciousness in Bulgaria, which should not happen. An article written by, say, the GRU was also published in Bulgarian media - for 150 euros," investigative journalist Christo Grozev told Nova TV.

Interior Minister: Bulgaria has Still Not Received an Answer from Russia as to Why Christo Grozev is Wanted

"For now, there is no answer from Russia as to why Christo Grozev has been declared wanted." This was stated by the Acting Minister of Internal Affairs, Ivan Demerdzhiev, from the parliamentary rostrum. A letter was sent to the Russian Federation demanding that the reasons be given:

The EU and Reporters Without Borders Defended Bulgarian Journalist Christo Grozev over Russia's Actions against him

"We remind Russia that the right to information is enshrined in the international documents to which Moscow is a party", said today a spokesperson for the European Commission in response to a question related to the announcement that the Bulgarian investigative journalist Christo Grozev is wanted by the Russian authorities, BTA reported.