Rumour: Veselin Mareshki To Open A Grocery Store

The Bulgarian businessman and leader of the political party Volya, Veselin Mareshki, announced his plans to expand his business by opening up a chain of grocery stores.

Mareshki’s business ventures include a chain of pharmacies and of gas stations. Bulgaria’s media outlets report that Mareshki said this new grocery store chain will sell items at “real prices” which according to him was not the case with the established player in the business.

Recently, Mareshki was involved in a scandal when a fuel supplier that he allegedly used for his gas stations had its license taken by the Bulgarian Customs Agency. Initially Mareshki was reported to have said that won’t affect his business and that he has other suppliers, but subsequently, he said that his involvement with the firm was fake news.

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