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2,460 Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Bulgaria 27.5.2020
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Central Government Officials Check Water Infrastructure Repairs in Pernik

Central Government Officials Check Water Infrastructure Repairs in Pernik

04.1.2020
Sofia, January 4 (BTA) - Economy Minister Emil Karanikolov and Deputy Regional Development and Public Works Minister Nikolai Nankov on Saturday inspected water supply network repairs in the Tsurkva neighbourhood in the water-crisis-hit town of Pernik, just west of Sofia, Nankov's ministry reported. By Saturday noon, emergency teams had dealt successfully with the aftermath of one of two major technological accidents in the neighbourhood and water supply had resumed. Teams from other towns were helping with the emergency repairs at the other spot. A meeting involving Pernik Mayor Stanislav Vladimirov considered the need for Town Hall to expedite the procedures for selecting contractors for water system emergency repairs. The Mayor told the central government officials that Town Hall is commissioning emergency repairs in stages, using over 30 million leva in funding provided by the government on December 31. Attempts to extract water from caves in the area have yielded some positive results. The water output from this kind of source is low, but efforts are being made to increase it. Due to the technological accidents, the residents of the Tsurkva neighbourhood received bottled water on a preferential basis. NV/VE Source: Sofia, http://www.bta.bg/en/c/DF/id/2130242
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