Kiril Petkov

Bulgarian PM allegedly tried to “Buy” MPs from “There Is Such a People”

Prime Minister Kiril Petkov met with MPs from "There Is Such a People" (TISP) to persuade them to support the government despite Slavi Trifonov's party's decision to step down from the coalition. The revelations were made today in parliament.

TISP also sharply criticized the draft law on the anti-corruption commission.

Bulgarian Politics: “There Is Such a People” Left the Ruling Coalition

"We no longer have a place in this coalition," announced the showman and leader of the party "There Is Such a People" Slavi Trifonov in a statement broadcast live on Facebook.

"The Ministers of 'We Continue the Change' are leading the country to bankruptcy", he announced.

Bulgarian PM: We do Not Spend Money unnecessarily, We give then to People in Need

"The anti-crisis measures are unprecedented for BGN 2 billion". This was stated by Prime Minister Kiril Petkov before the start of the government session today.

Exemption of electricity and liquefied gas from excise duty, reduction of VAT for central heating by 9%.

Bulgarian PM in Sadovo after the Hail: Within a Month we will Reimburse the Funds of Farmers

"Within a month, the state will restore the funds of farmers in the region of Sadovo, whose harvest was severely affected by hail". This was stated by Prime Minister Kiril Petkov, who together with the Minister of Agriculture Ivan Ivanov visited the local farmers.

Bulgarian PM: We have already Done Enough to Support Ukraine

"This discussion about whether we will give weapons to Ukraine or not, we already had it, we have a decision of the National Assembly, we will abide by the decision". This was stated by Prime Minister Kiril Petkov.

"The first machines for repair are coming, which we promised, we will do that", Petkov stressed.

Bulgarian PM: The Russians must Leave Ukraine for Peace to Happen

"The only solution to the war is for Russia to leave Ukraine completely, and there must be no compromise on this issue. Any other option would mean frozen conflict and continuing instability." This was stated by Prime Minister Kiril Petkov during the international security forum GLOBSEC in Bratislava.