"That's stupid." This is what Defense Minister Krassimir Karakachanov told BT Ti in a statement from NFSB's Petar Petrov for children with disabilities. "When you say something and want to understand it properly, you have to find the right word, and everything else leads to scandal."
"The Prime Minister responded normally to the resignation of Simenov, Bailey made his own decision, and there was no attempt to persuade it. It is my stubborn role if someone wants to work."
"This is a creative proposal, I think creatively, and as I have said many times, coalition issues have the right to talk to each other, even if they are creative. "Karakachanov said. His request for resignation from the leader of the "attack" Volen Siderov. "I will think creatively on Tuesday, hoping that this proposal will be developed in our coalition council," he said.
"If I think someone can think of someone else's creative thinking in order to create a personal image, I personally think there is no point in that association," the Defense Secretary added.
"Our coalition is acting strangely, but I do not think there should be any change in the coalition plan. It is our management program's need to prioritize and protest without sacrificing the majority of society," Karakachanov said.
"I do not want to work in Bulgaria, but more than 400,000 people can easily protest, and it will be a time to show whether management will be stronger or weaker after the resignation of Simenov." Volen Siderov and Valery Simeonov " "He added.
Defense Minister Simeonov explained that his name has not been disclosed yet.
"The candidates will support if appropriate, but otherwise they will notify others, not through the media." The first word I spoke to Siedelov is "Good Day" and I will invite him to drink. "I have not had the dream of becoming a defense minister," Karakachanov said. "If we maintain good tone for the interests of Bulgaria, the deputy prime minister has little relevance."
"There are two options. One is whether we will be together," he concluded.
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