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Restaurateurs are planning daily roadblocks because of the new anti-epidemic measures

Richard Alibegov
Photo: BGNES-archive

Representatives of the restaurant business are to launch protests against the tightening of anti-epidemic measures, the chairman of the Bulgarian Association of Restaurants Richard Alibegov told the BNR.

In his words, protesters will block the center of Veliko Tarnovo today. Tomorrow, protesters will block the central part of the town of Plovdiv. A massive protest will take place in Sofia on September 7. In Richard Alibegov’s view, the entire tourism sector, along with all organizations affected by the two-month restrictions introduced by this country’s Minister of Health, will organize roadblocks across the whole country. 


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