Minister Lonar stated, after visiting the injured in the bus accident in Bulgaria, that one passenger's leg was amputated, not the driver's, as previously reported.
Lonar, who visited the injured in the hospital in the town of Stara Zagora with a colleague from Bulgaria, said that he talked to children and adults and that the operated child is feeling well.
In order to fill the liquidity hole in "Bulgargaz", loans will also be sought from private banks. This was announced by the Caretaker Minister of Energy, Rosen Hristov. Today, the government decided to grant an 800 million BGN loan from the company's budget, and expects it to pay it back as quickly as possible by taking loans from other institutions.
A woman and a child died in a serious accident on the Trakia highway, the police in Pazardzhik reported. The accident happened at the 101st kilometer in the lane in the direction of Sofia. Only the driver survived.
According to initial data, a car with German registration crashed, went off the road and caught fire.
"All possible sources of gas supplies are on the table, including Gazprom, but they are the last option". This was stated by Energy Minister Rosen Hristov on BNT.
"We haven't started reaching out to them yet because we're looking to exhaust all possible options. It's a last resort, but we haven't taken them off the options list."