Balkans | The illegal “Golden Lake” practice ends at the Bulgarian-Turkish border

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Balkans |  The illegal “Golden Lake” practice ends at the Bulgarian-Turkish border

The illegal “Golden Lake” practice on the Bulgarian-Turkish border, which has been a topic of discussion for years, is coming to an end.

Bulgarian Interior Minister Ivan Demirsiev made an unexpected visit to the Kapitan Andreevo customs gate opposite Kapikuli, and then made a statement to the local press.

Demirsiev stated that this illegal practice of the company, known as the “Golden Lake”, which imposes on the state without being responsible for cleaning vehicles entering from Turkey, will end.

Demirsiev stated that the income of millions of levers earned by people associated with the mafia through illegal wages at the border for 10 years would now be given to the state, and said: “The state will finally take over this business. We will stop funneling withheld money into someone’s pockets here.” He said.

New measures related to increased traffic

Minister Demirsiev also said that an electronic transaction system will be set up at the door at Kapitan Andrevo and turnovers will be accelerated.

“It will be facilitated by the huge traffic that passes here, which will increase by 20 percent every year.” Demirsiev said that they will add a new laboratory to the two existing food inspection laboratories, and that they also plan to set up a laboratory at the Lesovo Customs Gate (via Hamzabeyli), so that the Lesovo Customs Gate will also be modernized and traffic will work on it. Be comfortable.

Demirsiev stated that they will carry out full inspection in all laboratories and stressed that equality of processing capacity should be achieved in Lesovo and Kapitan Andrevo.

Minister Demirsiev added that a railway will be established between the city of Edirne and the Bulgarian city of Yambol in order to further facilitate traffic, and a road line will be built from the Meriç Highway to Lesovo.

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