Turks living in Bulgaria who have been hit by the bouts of violence following the incident in the village of Katunitsa have called on Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan for help.

“The tension created after the death of a Bulgarian youth in a car crash in the Katunitsa village near the Bulgarian city of Plovdiv ignited the fuse of ethnic clashes “, Turkish news channel CNN T?rk reported Friday.

The media also provided a detailed account of the anti-Roma and anti-Turk slogans spreading online in the aftermath of the Katunitsa clashes, as well as the raids carried out at offices of the ethnic Turkish Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, party, at the Dzumaya mosque in Plovdiv, etc.