CEO of State Power Co NEK Steps Down

CEO of State Power Co NEK Steps Down

The chief executive officer of state-owned electricity company NEK, Yordan Zhelev, has decided to step down, energy minister Dragomir Stoynev said.
Zhelev has accepted a position abroad, Stoynev said in an audio file posted on the website of local radio station Darik.

According to Darik, Ekaterina Istatkova will take over as NEK CEO.
Zhelev was appointed NEK boss in November last year.

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