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Borisov promises a new sports hall in Sofia

Submitted on Tuesday, 11 August 2009No Comment
Borisov promises a new sports hall in Sofia

“Glavbulgarstroy” will construct the National sports hall for 90 million leva instead of 107 million, announced the prime minister of Bulgaria Boiko Borisov during a meeting of the Council of ministers. The building will have the same features and will be constructed on time. The hall will have a capacity of 16 500 people, including standing audiences. The equipment of the hall will be co-ordinated with the needs of the sports federations.

“On August 1st 2011, we invite mr. Boiko Borisov to the opening of the sports hall of Sofia,” said the president of “Glavbolgarstroy” Simeon Peshov at a press conference in the Council of ministers. According to him, “Glavbolgarstroy” will benefit from the image and advertising and will keep 4 000 employees.

“When we speak about anti-crisis measures, they sound incomprehensible to citizens. The real anti-crisis measures are to guarantee work for the businesses. Anti-crisis measures means that we protect the national production, stop contraband and illegal construction”, said the prime minister Boiko Borisov.

An advance payment for the sports hall will not be given. The first payment will be in April of 2010.

“Today mr. Mutafchiev said not to excuse ourselves with the previous government. They however, turned the first sod of the project without a single lev in the budget”, stated Borisov.

“When mr. Peshov works with me, our expenses are 15-20 million lower”, added Borisov and gave the Sofia metro as an example.

The prime minister said that other deals of Glavbolgarstroy with the previous ministers will be checked upon nonetheless.

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