“Yes, there is a war (in Libya) and we know that is ugly but you cannot imagine the hell that people live there in those lagers of detention,” he said.
61-year-old Borissov, who has dominated Bulgaria’s political life in the past decade, has vowed to stay in office until next March when regular elections are due.
“You cannot forget that even when we are at the peak it does not mean it is over. The peak is only the moment you hope it goes down. When it is really going down then you can imagine measures to loosen up,” he said, urging people to stay home.
“With people being told not to use public transport, cities have cottoned on to the fact that if they don’t do something there will be massive implications.”
A “troika” of ambassadors which chairs the WTO’s main committees would determine which candidates have wide-ranging support across regions and from least developing to developed countries.<