The NSSI in financial dire straits as Bulgarian State Railways, PM Borissov unveils.
"If you want a successful business, you should breed sheep and lambs. The markets are hungry for meat and Europe and Turkey are in demand of meat," PM Borissov appealed in an interview for the Standart.
In PM Borissov's opinion there are very good perspectives before cattle breeding. In this connection the cabinet has released 50 million lev aid for the cattle breeders. "Bulgarian meat production is sought everywhere and we export a lot," cattle breeders said to PM Borissov.
PM Borissov explained that the cabinet was seeking for investments which would open jobs and from which the state would profit.
PM Borissov also said that just the opposite was happening with the green energy projects which became very popular in the last years. "These projects just drain the state budget. If we do not stop them in the coming 1-2 years Bulgaria will import electricity," PM Borissov added.
Boyko Borissov also said that the National Social Security Institute was in financial dire straits just like the Bulgarian State Railways but so far this had been kelp secret.PM Borissov also unveiled that the NSSI yearly paid 680 million levs for insurances of military men, policemen, the national intelligence and for the State Agency for National Security./Source: Standart Daily/