PM Borissov Introduces 24h Fuel Monitoring System

On Friday, the General Directorate for Combating Organised Crime will present a 24-hour system monitoring fuel movement to the petrol stations, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said at the beginning of today’s government meeting, Focus News Agency reports. 

He said that 24-hour video surveillance was stored on the servers to track fuel movement.

The centre will receive all tips from citizens. “On Friday we will show online the movement of a tanker to the sale at a petrol station, how it is controlled by the different agencies,” the prime minister said.

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