Boyko Borisov is guarded by snipers, is his life in danger, Radev was asked

The leader of GERB, Boyko Borisov / Photo: EPA-EFE / LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL

Is the life of Boyko Borisov in danger? This is exactly the question that Bulgarian General Atanas Atanasov asked at the consultations of the PP-DB coalition with the President of Bulgaria Rumen Radev.

According to him, there were snipers in the courtyard of the GERB-SDS leader and the public should find out if the life of the Bulgarian government representative is in danger.

"Photos of snipers who are on the fence of Boyko Borisov's yard have appeared. I was inundated with phone calls from random people. If on the eve of the formation of a government there is a high degree of threat to the incumbent, this is an important problem for the state," said Atanasov.

Bulgarian President Radev said that there is information when there is a great risk to the security of the country, but when it comes to a threat to an individual, this information should not be made public.

"I will talk to the services about such information you shared," Radev addressed Atanasov.

The photos of the snipers at Borisov's fence were published by journalist Dimitar Stojanov 6 days ago. They show two men in heavy combat gear.

GERB leader Boyko Borisov was the first to consult with the head of state Rumen Radev this morning. In the presidential villa Borisov is accompanied by the deputy president of GERB Tomislav Donchev and Deljan Dobrev.

According to him, the country is going to elections after ITN's position became clear that it will not support the first mandate.

"The fifth and sixth cannot dictate the rules. We will have more talks, but it is clear that there can be a cabinet only with the first term," said Borisov.

A delegation from the coalition We continue with the changes - Democratic Bulgaria (PP-DB) consisting of the head of the parliamentary group, Academician Nikolay Denkov, the co-president of the PP Kiril Petkov, the leader of the DSB Atanas Atanasov and the MP Kristina Petkova clearly stated after the meeting with Radev that she remains in the opposition due to the weak results of the early parliamentary elections on June 2.

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