I'm not quite sure where the Israeli's fit into this topic , but fortunately they don't seem to be too attracted to Bulgaria , as when they latch on to a place they're as bad as the Brits are in trying to take it over .
Yes I suppose the EU money will continue to flow , there have been a few projects funded by the European Regional Development Fund in VT recently , which magically always seem to cost around 4.5million Lev regardless of the size of the project ; nice little earner for somebody ! No doubt work on the main transit arteries will continue as the EU will want to trade with Turkey even if they don't want them in the club , and of course Greece , assuming that anybody there has any money to buy anything with . For the average Bulgarian it does look like more of the same though , money tight , work hard to come by , but get by somehow ; no real light at the end of the tunnel . Tim .