Report: Bulgaria PM orders gov't plane to fly Israelis home

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July 19, 2012 10:19

 
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Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Thursday ordered the use of a government airbus to fly Israeli tourists back to Israel, Sofia News Agency reported.

According to the report, between 30 to 70 Israeli tourists remained at the airport and were provided with food, drinks and blankets overnight Wednesday.

The Bulgarian government aircraft will transport the tourists back to Ben Gurion Airport later on Thursday, according to the news agency. 

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