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Prime Minister of Bulgaria, accused the President of being followed by a drone

Prime Minister of Bulgaria Boyko Borisov has accused the country's President rumen Radeva in spying on him with drones, reports the Bulgarian national radio (BNR).

On Wednesday in the Bulgarian social networks there were photos of Borisov, resting in his bedroom.

According to Borisov, the incriminating evidence against him was fabricated with the aim to disrupt the forthcoming government strategic projects, in particular the accession of Bulgaria to the Eurozone and the Banking Union.

The national security service began checking the appearance of images sleeping Borisov in social networks.

The conflict between the President and the government was observed at the beginning of the year. So in February Radev said that the government has lost its credibility because it is not acting in the interests of citizens and leads to the disintegration of statehood.