The government of Prime Minister Zoran Zaev did not allow the Canadian company “Euromax Resources”, after years of research, testing and preparation for work, to start producing copper and gold, in order to allow it to a Bulgarian company. This was pointed out a few days ago by the non-profit civic association “Zdrava kotlina”, whose claims no one denied, not even the Government of Prime Minister Zaev.
The association wrote on “Facebook that a Bulgarian company, whose name has not yet been disclosed, disguised as a Swiss company from the Cayman Islands, bought the company that owns the Ilovica-Shtuka mine, Euromax Resources. The least problem is that it is a Bulgarian company. The problem is that the true origin of the capital, the amount of the entire transaction is unknown, as well as the fact that it is revealed that a number of laws have been violated and damage has been done to the state budget.
Now the questions are openly asked whether there is a business promise of Prime Minister Zaev behind the deal, which he has not fulfilled so far in the implementation of the Agreement with Bulgaria, why and whether deliberately and consciously control of the entire transaction procedure is not allowed, why it is allowed to damage the state budget, how does a Bulgarian company suddenly have an advantage over a Canadian one and why was it allowed to abuse civil protests for purely business purposes and interests?