Bulgaria: Interior Minister claims amount allotted for road construction under Borissov’s govt misused to build luxury villas

Providing light on the matter, he then added that BGN1bn was transferred to the bank accounts of the firms and individuals who at that time withdrew the money and then used it to renovate or build their luxury homes, villas, residential complexes and other buildings in the capital city of Sofia.

Road Infrastructure Agency to pen down contract worth 364.4 million leva

The information regarding the contract has been shared by the agency. Under the project, 10.549km of road will be constructed. Of these total kilometres, 7.96km of road will be newly constructed, whereas the remaining 2.59km will be reconstructed, which is Gabrovo – Kazanluk I-5 road, the agency further revealed.

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20-Year-Old Woman Hospitalized After Viper Bite in Kresna, Bulgaria

Following initial treatment, she was transferred to the Department of Anesthesiology, Resuscitation, and Intensive Care for further observation. Hospital officials have confirmed that her condition is stable, and her life is not in danger

Bulgaria Finally Elects Raya Nazaryan as Speaker After Parliamentary Drama

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