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Tourism police to guard Bulgarian resorts

Submitted on Tuesday, 20 January 2009No Comment
Tourism police to guard Bulgarian resorts

The chief of “Albena” AD Krasimir Stanev suggests the creation of a tourism police that will guard resorts in yesterday’s issue of the newspaper “Standard”.

Similar police forces exist in other countries.

For the first time in fourty years, “Albena” AD won’t sign a contract with the Ministry of internal affairs (MVR). During the last few years, the holding gave 500 000 – 600 000 leva for the contract with the police department.

There will be a regional police department in “Albena” and it’s statute will not be changed, says the director of the Regional department of MVR commissar Ivelin Petrov.

The resort only discharged their four additional employees in the local police department.

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