The coalition is shaken by foreign and personnel issues, which should not happen in times of crisis, which our country is currently going through.

This was stated to BNT by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Environment and Water Borislav Sandov

He graduated from Sofia University "St.

Kliment Ohridski, specialty "Geography", and is.

"It is certainly important to sit at the table and discuss the issues on a larger scale. To better analyze the processes, calm the ball and find ways forward, because now a turmoil and a political crisis will certainly not work well. for the state. In this uncertainty, it is good to have a more stable, more predictable and more secure environment. "

said Sandov.

He confirmed the thesis of Hristo Ivanov from "Democratic Bulgaria"

"Democratic Bulgaria" is a centrist-right political union, composed of "that new elections would provide a field of Russian influence in our country."

According to him, disinformation prevails in our country, fueled by external factors, and there is enough evidence that people supported by the Kremlin have infiltrated social networks and some media.

"It is possible that pro-Russian parties will prevail in the election and the whole debate will shift - instead of real politics, there will be opposition on the side of the war in Ukraine. Russia and the Kremlin have already influenced the US and British elections, so "What remains for Bulgaria. New elections will certainly not benefit democracy. Putin cannot personally win the election, but he will win what he is looking for - insecurity in the region."

said Sandov.

Hristo Ivanov calls on coalition to calm passions - scares them with Putin-won elections

Borislav Sandov

He graduated from Sofia University "St.

Kliment Ohridski, majoring in Geography, and pointed out that his colleague from the government - Deputy Prime Minister Cornelia Ninova

Cornelia Ninova is a Bulgarian politician from the BSP, a member of the Coalition's Parliamentary Group and is also a victim of this wave of disinformation due to the BSP's thesis against providing military aid to Ukraine.

Ninova is also a victim of this wave of misinformation, which fuels the thesis that if Bulgaria helps Ukraine with weapons, it would involve it in the war. And we see that many countries are helping and this does not involve them in the war. which nation is the victim of an invasion, we need to help. In addition, we need to assess whether Russia's actions in Ukraine do not pose a risk to the entire region. "

said Sandov.

Because of Ukraine: BSP is ready to revise its participation in the government

According to the Minister of Environment and Water, the energy crisis provoked by the war in Ukraine works in favor of the green deal and Bulgaria's transition to independent and clean energy sources.

Coal-fired power plants could be used in the winter, when our country needs more energy.

During the rest of the time, the electricity consumption in our country could be satisfied by Kozloduy NPP and the energy obtained from renewable energy sources.

For this purpose, it is necessary to build technical facilities, for which the funds from the Recovery and Sustainability Plan can help a lot.

The war in Ukraine is directly related to the ecology of the region and there are risks of oil or chemical pollution of the Black Sea, said Borislav Sandov

He graduated from Sofia University "St.

Kliment Ohridski, majoring in Geography, and is. That is why the Ministry of Ecology is starting an extraordinary monitoring of water quality.

For this purpose they will use vessels of the Border Police.

The biggest risk remains radiation pollution in the event of an accident at one of Ukraine's power plants or the use of nuclear weapons.

According to Borislav Sandov

He graduated from Sofia University "St.

Kliment Ohridski, majoring in Geography, however, the latter is unlikely.

Cornelia Ninova

Democratic Bulgaria

Borislav Sandov