Bulgarian PM accuses president of spying

By | June 18, 2020
Bulgarian PM accuses president of spying

The conflict between the president of Bulgaria and the government has reached a new level. The prime minister accused the head of state of spying on him at home with the help of a drone.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov accused President Rumen Radev of spying on him with the help of unmanned aerial vehicles. In social networks, photos of Borisov sleeping in his bedroom were distributed, according to the Bulgarian National Radio.

“President Radev crossed the border and allows himself to launch a drone to shoot me … He brought him to the terrace in front of the entrance,” the Prime Minister said at a press conference.

According to him, in such a scandalous manner they are trying to collect incriminating evidence to prevent Bulgaria from joining the eurozone and the Banking Union.

“Our political opponents have bottomed out,” Borisov summed up.

The National Guard Service has begun checking the appearance of photographs.

The conflict between the government and the president of Bulgaria began at the beginning of the year. Rumen Radev believes that the government does not work in the interests of citizens.

We also wrote that the United States first tested a laser against a drone at sea. The combat laser system was placed on board the USS Portland landing transport ship.

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