Podcast in English
Bulgarian National Radio © 2022 All Rights Reserved

Employees of National Service for Protection are among the actors at the theatrical performance near Rosenets: Premier Borissov

Boyko Borissov
Photo: BGNES

The National Service for Protection will stop guarding Ahmed Dogan and DPS MP Delyan Peevski, Bulgaria’s Premier Boyko Borissov said at an extraordinary briefing. Our proposal envisages that only Bulgaria’s Premier, President and National Assembly Speaker are guarded by the National Service for Protection from now on, Boyko Borissov said further. Other endangered people will be protected by the Ministry of Interior if necessary. President Radev has headed and controlled the National Service for Protection for 4 years. The event near Rosenets Park was a theatrical performance and employees of the National Service for Protection were among the actors, Boyko Borissov went on to say. This country’s former Minister of Justice Hristo Ivanov and the people who were accompanying him in the park were not stopped by NSP’s staff which was guarding the residence of the Honorary Leader of DPS Ahmed Dogan, Premier Borissov pointed out.

Listen to the daily news from Bulgaria presented in "Bulgaria Today" podcast, available in Spotify.

More from category

Weather forecast for Bulgaria for sunday, May 22

A cold atmospheric front will sweep across the country on Sunday. Clouds will temporarily increase. Occasional showers are expected in some areas of Northwestern Bulgaria in the morning and in the south and southeastern parts of the country at noon..

published on 5/21/22 5:35 PM
Bulgaria’s Vice President Iliana Yotova

Iliana Yotova calls on Premier Kiril Petkov to clarify his position on North Macedonia

" S omething was left unsaid in yesterday's video address by Premier Kiril Petkov " , Bulgaria’s Vice President Iliana Yotova said with regard to Kiril Petkov's request to President Radev to convene the Consultative Council on..

published on 5/21/22 5:28 PM
Bulgaria's Minister of Finance Assen Vassilev

Assen Vassilev: A return to Gazprom for Bulgaria is unlikely

"It is never a mistake to give up working with a supplier who unilaterally changes conditions and uses gas for political purposes" , Bulgaria’s Deputy Premier and Minister of Finance Assen Vassilev said for Nova TV.  Minister Vassilev noted that..

published on 5/21/22 4:25 PM