Bulgarian energy minister Delyan Dobrev on Monday replaced the executive directors of national power grid operator NEK and mining company Mini Maritsa Iztok.
Outgoing NEK executive director Ivo Lefterov will be replaced by Krum Anastasov, news portal Novinite.bg reported, quoting a statement from the energy ministry.
The outgoing executive director of the mining company, Evgeni Stoikov, will be succeeded by Teodor Drebov. The ministry said Stoikov is let go in a bid to improve the level of coordination and pace of work at the company.
The management reshuffle has been approved by the two companies' boards and their parent structure, the Bulgarian Energy Holding.