Burgas Airport Safer Now, Israeli Victim's Relative Says

Society | August 28, 2012, Tuesday // 13:43|  views

The five Israeli victims of the tragic July 18 terror attack in Bulgaria. Photo by cifwatch.com

Bulgaria's Burgas airport has become safer since he July 18 terror attack that killed five Israeli urists and a Bulgran bus driver, according to Yitzhak Shriki, widower of victim Kochava Shriki.

"When I arrived again, I saw a considerable change since last time. No large groups are leaving the airport now, but only small ones. It is safe now, there are many police officers," Shriki has told Bulgaria's bTV channel, as cited by Trud.

"I don't blame anyone. There have been no bombing attacks in Bulgaria. You don't know what it is. It's too late for my life, but I'm glad you have started protecting yourself from that," he added.

"His grandfather survived that Nazis and the Holocaust, now his only grandson was killed by terrorism," said the father of 26-year-old victim Elior Priess.

The mother of 28-year-old victim Amir Menashe said her son had a 1-year-old baby, a brother, a sister and a wife.

The relatives of the victims of the terrorist attack on Israeli tourists in the Bulgarian Black Sea city arrived in Bulgaria to attend commemorative ceremonies in Sofia and Burgas.

A memorial service in honor of the victims of last month's Burgas bus bombing will be held in the  Bulgarian capital's synagogue later on Tuesday.

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