"A compromise was reached, the government acted more wisely. A compromise has now been reached — there will be quotas for some restrictions, but there will be imports. The interest of Bulgarian producers is protected through time periods, quotas, future license agreements – what quantities will be imported when they will be imported.
This compromise is much better than what the caretaker cabinet was doing to ban imports from Ukraine." This was stated by MP from PP-DB Martin Dimitrov on NOVA NEWS, but did not give details about quotas and import periods.
On the measures against money laundering and the abuse of the right of free movement of people, goods and capital, he gave an example that if a person carries money several times a day within the permitted framework, this is a violation.
Lawmakers decide to lift the ban on grain imports from Ukraine