PM: Delay in Tobacco Monopoly Could Harm Bulgaria's NATO Chances

Business | September 22, 2002, Sunday // 00:00| Views: | Comments: 0
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Delay in the sealing of the tobacco monopoly deal could lead to problems related to NATO invitation for Bulgaria. Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg made that comment in Veliko Turnovo. He pinpointed that it was extremely important now Bulgaria to show to the international business that it abided by the law. Asked whether Bulgaria would get NATO invitation in Prague this autumn, Saxe-Coburg said that he stayed reserved and pragmatic on the issue. He added that if Bulgaria did not get NATO invitation this year, other alternatives existed. He declined to specify what these alternatives were.
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