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Bułgarska krowa Penka, która naruszyła unijne przepisy (8)

EN_01324361_0001 SIP
The owner of the famous Bulgarian cow ''Penka'', Ivan Haralampiev is seen during an interview in a village of Mazarchevo, some 95 kilometers form capital Sofia, Bulgaria 11JUNE 2018. The Bulgarian famous cow, crossed the border between Bulgaria and Serbia running away from wolves according to her owner Ivan Haralampiev. According to the laws of the European Union, the animal must be killed after having illegally crossed an EU Member State in a country which is not a member of the European Union.//SIPA_1501.3455
EN_01324361_0002 SIP
A sigh saying '' Forbidden entry into Harry ranch, privately property'' is seen on the gate of the ranch of Ivan Haralampiev, the owner of the famous Bulgarian cow ''Penka'', near the village of Mazarchevo, some 95 kilometers form capital Sofia, Bulgaria 11JUNE 2018. The Bulgarian famous cow, crossed the border between Bulgaria and Serbia running away from wolves according to her owner Ivan Haralampiev. According to the laws of the European Union, the animal must be killed after having illegally crossed an EU Member State in a country which is not a member of the European Union.//SIPA_1501.3454
EN_01324361_0003 SIP
Bulgarian famous cow ''Penka'' is seen in a village of Kopilovtsi some 80 kilometers from the capital Sofia, Bulgaria, 11 JUNE 2018 The Bulgarian famous cow, crossed the border between Bulgaria and Serbia running away from wolves according to her owner Ivan Haralampiev. According to the laws of the European Union, the animal must be killed after having illegally crossed an EU Member State in a country which is not a member of the European Union.//SIPA_1501.3453
EN_01324361_0004 SIP
The owner of the famous Bulgarian cow ''Penka'', Ivan Haralampiev reacts during an interview in a village of Mazarchevo, some 95 kilometers form capital Sofia, Bulgaria 11JUNE 2018. The Bulgarian famous cow, crossed the border between Bulgaria and Serbia running away from wolves according to her owner Ivan Haralampiev. According to the laws of the European Union, the animal must be killed after having illegally crossed an EU Member State in a country which is not a member of the European Union.//SIPA_1501.3452
EN_01324361_0005 SIP
The owner of the famous Bulgarian cow ''Penka'', Ivan Haralampiev is seen during an interview in a village of Mazarchevo, some 95 kilometers form capital Sofia, Bulgaria 11JUNE 2018. The Bulgarian famous cow, crossed the border between Bulgaria and Serbia running away from wolves according to her owner Ivan Haralampiev. According to the laws of the European Union, the animal must be killed after having illegally crossed an EU Member State in a country which is not a member of the European Union.//SIPA_1501.3451
EN_01324361_0006 SIP
The famous Bulgarian cow ''Penka'' is seen in the company of her owner Ivan Haralampiev (R) in a village of Kopilovtsi, some 80 kilometers from the capital Sofia, Bulgaria 11JUNE 2018. The Bulgarian famous cow, crossed the border between Bulgaria and Serbia running away from wolves according to her owner Ivan Haralampiev. According to the laws of the European Union, the animal must be killed after having illegally crossed an EU Member State in a country which is not a member of the European Union.//SIPA_1501.3450
EN_01324361_0007 SIP
A portrait of ''Penka'' the cow in a village of Kopilovtsi some 80 kilometers from the capital Sofia, Bulgaria, 11 JUNE 2018 The Bulgarian famous cow, crossed the border between Bulgaria and Serbia running away from wolves according to her owner Ivan Haralampiev. According to the laws of the European Union, the animal must be killed after having illegally crossed an EU Member State in a country which is not a member of the European Union.//SIPA_1501.3449
EN_01315780_6711 AFP
TOPSHOT - This handout picture taken near the village of Kopilovtsi on June 10, 2018 and released on June 11, 2018, by the Four Paws Foundation shows Penka the cow that risked death by staying over the EU border. Bulgarian authorities announced on June 11, 2018 that Penka, the cow that risked death by straying over the EU border, will not be put down after all. "Laboratory analyses of the cow, that spent 15 days in Serbia and crossed the border back (into Bulgaria) are negative for all the tested diseases," Bulgaria's Food Safety Agency announced Monday. / AFP PHOTO / FOUR PAWS FOUNDATION / Hristo Vladev / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / FOUR PAWS FOUNDATION / HRISTO VLADEV " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / FOUR PAWS FOUNDATION / HRISTO VLADEV " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS
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