Minister Stoyanov reiterated that the proposal to supply Ukraine with weapons and equipment poses no threat to the Bulgarian Army.
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Minister Stoyanov reiterated that the proposal to supply Ukraine with weapons and equipment poses no threat to the Bulgarian Army. “The Bulgarian Army’s capabilities have not been compromised. We have given the Ukrainian side comments on it and gave the peacetime and wartime formations, replenishment of losses, spare components, and what is left in the analysis, “He emphasised.

Defense Minister Dimitar Stoyanov said, “What we are providing is among the top three of Ukraine’s objectives as the armament sought by us.” He stated, “I believe the colleagues from Ukraine will be satisfied. The lists have been agreed upon with the Ukrainian side.

The listings specifically state that the S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems and the MiG-29 and Su-25 aircraft are not included. The idea, he said, “primarily impacts the Ground Forces.”

Bulgaria has fully complied with all technical conditions to join the Schengen region. In answer to a query, Minister Stoyanov stated that additional criteria could not be determined at any time and had to be the same for all nations. “Bulgaria is a sovereign state; it chooses its leaders and handles its own issues,” he declared.

Minister Stoyanov emphasised that our nation patrols the EU’s Schengen border. Despite the fact that the pressure of the migrant flow is four times more than in prior years, it has decreased in recent months.” With 700 soldiers, the Bulgarian Army has been helping to protect the border since September.

200 military personnel are stationed at the border right now, “the defence minister emphasised. He mentioned that the fence at the state border is now being repaired by the Bulgarian Army. By the end of the year, the engineering facility will be completely restored, with the personnel having completed around 121 km of repairs by November.