Sofia. “The interim government did not provoke the protests. Just on contrary – the protests stopped during the ruling of the interim government. We took the burden of the power when the streets were full of citizens, who were discontent with good reason,” Bulgarian interim Prime Minister Marin Raykov said speaking at the parliament in response to a question asked by Ataka leader Volen Siderov, FOCUS News Agency reporter informed.
Sofia. “The general financial state of Kozloduy NPP is satisfactory, and I would even say positive,” said Bulgarian interim Prime Minister Marin Raykov speaking at the parliament in a debate over the current state of the Bulgarian energy sector, FOCUS News Agency reporter informed.
Sofia. “The change in the price formation model in the energy sector requires legal amendments, which only the National Assembly may pass,” said Evgeniya Haritonova, Chairperson of the State Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (SEWRC), speaking at the parliament, FOCUS News Agency reporter informed.