The European Anti-Fraud Office has been informed of improper use of funds coming from EU.

TheEuropean Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) has examined the contracts won by Toma Belev and his company. This happened after it had been accused of improper use of funds coming from EU. The news was reported to the Monitoring Agency by Emil Radev, Member of the European Parliament from the European People’s Party / GERB. "Reportson Europe anfunds illegally used by NGOs, "under the banner" of certain projects, have been submitted to OLAF. We know that millions oflevsarespenton counting birds, and there are no objective results. We know that the green organisations receive huge funding from the EU, but some times, inorder to prove that they do something and to receive the funds, they appeal against any investment projects. This sometimes suspends the development of certain regions for years”, said Mr. Radev. "The Prime Minister Borisov gave a very clear answer to the representative of the Green Party in the Europe an Parliament, SkaKeler, and asssured him that Pirin would not bebuil tup and that the legis lation would be complied with. The attempts to transfer this topic to the heart of Europe and to discredit Bulgaria were unsuccessful. When wein troduce the European citizens to our history and achievements, it is better to report more positive news. Our economyal so benefits from this" added Mr. Radev.