Prime Ministers of Bulgaria
FBI head James Comey met on Wednesday Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov in Sofia while on a visit officially said to deal with security cooperation.
Borisov and Comey also discussed the fight against organized crime and cyber-crime, terrorism, and the US official's forthcoming meetings with his counterpart, DANS head Vladimir Pisanchev, and Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov convened an extraordinary meeting of the four Deputy Prime Ministers and Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov on Wednesday.
The meeting lasted four hours and started shortly after the plenary sitting of parliament, daily Dnevnik reports.
The topic of discussion was the parliament's approval of the issue of new debt amounting to BGN 16 B.
Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and the nationalists from Ataka organized protests on Wednesday regarding the proposal made by Financial Minister Vladislav Goranov on a new BGN 16 B debt.
Bulgarian Parliament is currently debating on the proposal and will either reject or approve it by the end of the day, while protesters outside of the building are screaming ''We will not pay!''.