New Air Strikes on Luxury Mansions

New Air Strikes on Luxury Mansions

Bulgaria's National Revenue Agency is planning new "air strikes" on suspicious luxury properties, this time along Bulgaria's Black Sea coast.

Over the past couple of weeks, the Bulgarian tax authorities staged helicopter flights over the capital Sofia, the southern city of Plovdiv, and the Ivaylovgrad water reservoir close to the southeastern border town of Svilengrad, photographing luxury mansions and homes on the ground.

The "air strikes" have been launched as part of a campaign to document and investigate the origins of the luxury properties, which the authorities doubt might have been acquired with money generated through corruption and organized crime activities.

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