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International police teams to ensure order and tranquility on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast during the summer tourist season

Bulgaria’s Minister of Interior Mladen Marinov
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Joint patrols of Bulgaria, Romania, the Czech Republic, Poland and Germany will ensure order and tranquility on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast during the summer tourist season, Bulgaria’s Minister of Interior Mladen Marinov announced at the Bulgarian National Assembly. The joint patrols will communicate in Bulgarian and English. Large hotels, bus stations and airports will be under special surveillance. Teams from the counter-terrorism unit will be deployed to these risky zones.


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