Varujan Vosganian: The Romanian society is much more controlled today than it was 30 years ago

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Varujan Vosganian, the translator Vanina Bozhikova (in the middle) and her colleague Lora Nenkovska (photo: The Bridge of Friendship)

The eminent Romanian writer and politician participated in the Book Fair in Sofia, where the blog “The Bridge of Friendship” addressed him a question

Vladimir Mitev

Varujan Vosganian was in prison in 1989 and in the times of transition he was threatened with condemnation in the fight against corruption in Romania. Maybe strong personalities stir strong opposition. But it can’t be denied that he is a very good contemporary writer. In Sofia he spoke in his characteristic style, which unveils wisdom and depth. He spoke about the meaning of uniform in social life, about the secrets of writing and about his Armenian origins. Towards the end of the event the journalist Vladimir Mitev from the blog “The Bridge of Friendship” addressed him the following question:

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