The Western press: the tragedy of "Bulgaria" is typical of Russia
Vladivostok. July 14. VOSTOK-MEDIA - The tragedy of the ship "Bulgaria" on the Volga River has caused a new wave of criticism of the Kremlin by Russian and Western media.
Medvedevs response to the sinking ships and planes falling journalists call inadequate. According to some commentators, the Russian leaders, for all the efforts will not take the blame from the government, says NY Times. Deputy Editor of "Echo of Moscow" Vladimir Varfolomeev, wrote in his blog that the Russian state is an old ship, poorly controlled and deeply rotten.