The Prime Minister Boyko Borissov added that he has never listened in on Rumen Radev’s phone.
Borissov shaked hands with the president Radev on the 30th birthday celebration of the Confederation of the Independent Syndicates in Bulgaria (CISB).
"I have never listened in on Rumen Radev’s phone. I have never wanted to know what his conversations are about”, stated Borissov. He insisted not to be involved in such a scandal. The PM reminded that his phone conversations were listened in years ago.
He supported the Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev in what he said earlier the same day. "He is absolutely right. The Prosecutor’s office is not a place where we, politicians, can argue”, said the PM. Borissov added that he isn’t afraid neither from the president, nor from a provisional government.
"Until we have a nuclear power plant finished or green technologies in action, we cannot go without 60% of our electricity”, the PM pointed out.
Borissov also shared his opinion on the adoption of the euro as a Bulgarian currency. Until there is a consensus reached, we will not enter the Eurozone “waiting room, known also as ERM II, the PM continued. In his words, the worst fear amongst people is whether the prices will go higher. Boyko Borissov also pointed out that in 2019 the export was the highest ever, reaching BGN 58 billion. The unemployment rate is also unprecedentedly law”, continued the PM.