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Bulgarian PM Reappoints, Praises Ex Technoexportstroy CEO

Date: 23.02.2011

Bulgaria's PM Boyko Borisov has announced he reappointed Emil Kotsev, the head of state-owned Technoexportstroy, hours after he fired him over. Kotsev drew the Prime Minister rage after he said it was him who sent the plane which rescued 110 Bulgarians from the ongoing turmoil in Libya.

"I fired him and I reappointed him for one day. Such things happen. All state institutions have done a very good job. The conflict arose because the two state-owned companies Technoexportstroy and Aviootriad 28, in their desire to rescue more people, have started a conflict," Borisov said.

The prime minister pointed out that Bulgaria's Minister on Reginal Development, Rosen Plevneliev, informed him that Kotsev had kept in touch with him constantly during the rescue of 110 Bulgarians from Libya.

"The information just had not reached me," Borisov said, adding that he talked to Kotsev and told him he is reappointed and praised him for the good work.

Earlier, the head of Technoexportstroy said that the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry was "chaotic" and "careless" and noted that his company has been taking over the duties of the ministry during the rescue operation in Libya.

The plane, arranged by Technoexportstroy, landed early Wednesday morning (4 am) at the Sofia International Airport with 110 Bulgarians and 6 Romanians on board. They are mainly medical and construction workers.

Later on Wednesday, the Bulgarian government's Airbus, sent personally by Borisov and Regional Development Minister Rosen Plevneliev, successfully landed on Sofia's International Airport with only one Bulgarian, a woman, on board. The others passengers are said to include 70 people from Croatia, 2 from South Korea and 10 from China.

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