The English journalist Henry Berline rescues Vidin and Belogradchik and they remain within the borders of Bulgaria after signing the Neuilly Treaty. This was revealed by Christina Kirilova from the Regional History Museum in Vidin, writing channel 3.
She pointed out that representatives of the then Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenian (future Yugoslavia) in the International Commission have claimed Vidin and Belogradchik and insist that the population is Serbian.
The British government sends journalist Henry Berline to prove that Serbian allegations are motivated.
"Translated by Henry Berline, Joseph Cairnji, the English journalist is greeted in Vidin and Belogradchik so he collects evidence that the people of these cities are Bulgarian, indicating folklore research between the Bulgarian people in Vidin and Belogradchik and the Serbian region, thus denying Official Serbian claims Vidinci sends him with shadows and sparrows, "said Kirilova.
She added that after the reports of Henry Berline Vidin and Belogradchik, they remained in Bulgaria's territory. There is another fact about Henry Berline in connection with his visit to Vidin.
Upon arriving at Vidin he sees the monument "The Sorrowful Warrior," who was at the time of the city's main square and proclaimed: "I will tell our ministers and Pashic (Premier of the then Kingdom, Serie and Slovene) in Bulgaria as they Believes to be the cause of the war, there is a monument that is not an enlightened Europe … At that the soldier has fallen on his knees, he has lowered his head and cried for his fallen comrades and enemies during a war war.
The monument was held in honor of the fallen soldiers and officers of the Serbian-Bulgarian war in 1885 and was made by Prof. Andrei Nikolov and Italian Arnaldo Tsoki.