SOFIA, Bulgaria : Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov has reported that the legislature is naming its European official, Kristalina Georgieva, as possibility to be United Nations Secretary-General.
The choice Wednesday came two days after the Bulgarian UNESCO boss, Irina Bokova, was in 6th spot in the Security Council's most recent casual survey.
Not long ago Borisov had said that his administration would keep sponsorship Bokova's application just if on Sept. 26 she was among the main two competitors.
"We tried colossal endeavors, the legislature, as well as the president, the outside service and Irina Bokova herself, however you see the outcome," Borisov said at the administration meeting.
So as to be supplanted, be that as it may, Bokova would need to record a letter reporting her withdrawal. She has said she sees no motivation.