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.
"Just in the first 4 months after the start of the war in Ukraine, 4,200 tons of weapons with the signature of Kornelia Ninova were exported, unloaded at the Rzeszow airport in Poland, 70 km away. from the Ukrainian border."
This was stated by the former head of "Kintex" Alexander Mihailov at a media briefing.
New anti-epidemic measures come into effect in Sofia from today for 15 days.
Masks become mandatory in closed public places such as medical facilities, pharmacies, administrative offices, commercial establishments, public transport, railway and bus stations, Sofia Airport and metro stations. In malls, masks are mandatory in separate commercial establishments not in the common areas.
Methamphetamine was found in the blood of 35-year-old Georgi Semerdzhiev, who on July 5 caused the serious accident in which two young women died.
Semerdzhiev's blood sample was taken with the permission of a judge almost 48 hours after the incident. No traces of drugs were found during its examination at Aleksandrovska Hospital.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban commented on the national radio station Kossuth Rádió on Friday about the current situation and the consequences of Western sanctions against Moscow, saying that his previous assumptions about their effect have now been confirmed, as the sanctions policy has not lived up to the European Union's initial hopes.