Tsvetan Vasilev: KTB Became Victim of State Institutions, Private Interests

Domestic | December 22, 2014, Monday // 15:01|  views

Tsvetan Vasilev. Photo: BGNES/EPA

Tsvetan Vasilev announced in an exclusive interview for Novinite news agency that he was blackmailed to give away part of Vivacom in March.

Vasilev was threatened that in case he does not comply with this, there will be fatal consequences.

According to him in the last six months Bulgaria is observing these consequences.

The banker confirmed his thesis that Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB) became victim of series of state institutions – the judicial system, the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB), National Revenue Agency (NAP), Bulgarian Development Bank, security authorities, etc.

The culmination of arrogance and proof for the strong political dependence is the refusal to investigate a blackmailing signal against Delyan Peevski submitted by Vasilev in May.

The official refusal was received only recently, half a year later, enough time for the staging of the purposeful professional theater that led to the collapse of KTB.

Vasilev declared that he has dedicated his time to defending the rights of all that have been unjustly accused in this absurd scandal.

His words are to have greatest weight in the European courts, over which Bulgarian politico-economical groups are not able to exert control.

You can read the full interview here.

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Tags: Bulgaria, Tsvetan Vasilev, interview, KTB, Vivacom, blackmailing, Delyan Peevski


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