Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, has spoken to Israeli counterpart, Benyamin Netanyahu, asking him to take care of the safety of Bulgarians, living and working near Gaza.
The Bulgarian Standard daily reports that in a phone call, placed by Borisov late Saturday evening, Netanyahu has assured his Bulgarian colleague that all measures will be taken to guarantee the security of Bulgarian nationals.
On Saturday, Bulgarian workers, employed in Israel's town of Netivot, deemed to be in danger over close proximity with the Gaza strip, were transported with the help of the Bulgarian Embassy to Tel Aviv....
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