ILINDEN BOAT WILL NOT BE PULLED OUT UNTIL WEDNESDAY
The wreckage of sunken Ilinden boat at the bottom of Ohrid Lake will not be retrieved until Wednesday, Bulgarian expert Georgi Iliev, who is member of the mixed commission which investigates the cause of boat accident, said.
Iliev said that weather conditions are not favourable at the moment underlying that detailed plan on ways how the boat will be pulled out is being prepared. It is in the interest of the investigation the boat to be retrieved undamaged.
Commission decided new underwater shooting to be carried out since the former one did not respond to investigation's requests.
Meanwhile the relatives of the 15 Bulgarian victims are heading to Skopje to identify them.
Bulgaria's Deputy Prosecutor General Kamen Sitnilski arrived in Skopje on Monday for a meeting with Macedonia's Public Prosecutor Ljupco Svrgovski as part of the investigation efforts.
Bulgaria declares Monday national day of mourning in memory of the victims in the tragic event with the sunken Ilinden boat in Ohrid Lake.
There were fifty-five Bulgarian passengers on the boat. Fifteen Bulgarian nationals died in the accident, which happened on Saturday.