Former Prime Minister and GERB leader Boyko Borissov congratulated the GERB-SDS PG for providing military and military-technical assistance to Ukraine.
He said, “I congratulate the GERB-SDS PG for consistently and arguably managing to defend the correct Bulgarian position in providing military and military-technical assistance to Ukraine.
Targetting Former Prime minister Kiril Petkov, whose administration collapsed just after six months due to a no-confidence vote, Borissov emphasized that the country’s international reputation has been seriously affected by the wrong and indecisive foreign policy of Kiril Petkov’s government.
GERB’s leader reported that, on December 16, Assen Vasilev and Hristo Ivanov, members of the 48th national assembly, agreed to provide military assistance to Ukraine. “Thus Bulgaria became part of the empathy of the civilized democratic Western world with the Ukrainian people, who became a victim of Russian aggression,” says Borissov.
He added, “But most of all, our human dignity guides our actions at this point in history when we distinguish only good from evil. Bulgaria has chosen”.
Since the conflict began, Bulgaria has given Ukraine various significant assistance. Bulgaria gave the Ukrainian army numerous medical kits and necessary military supplies on September 15. The aid was mainly focused on providing quick medical service to the wounded soldier on the battlefield.
Defence minister Stonayov stated earlier this month that Bulgaria will give Ukraine ammunition and weapons to counter the Russian assault the nation has been dealing with since February 24. Bulgarian arms manufacturing companies’ data shows that the country has supplied more than $1 billion worth of firearms.
Bulgaria has been impacted by the Russian War ever since it started. Unknown hackers launched an unexpected attack on the websites of the Bulgarian government on October 14 that disrupted the services for about 5 hours. Russian hackers conducted another cyberattack on October 19 that primarily targeted Bulgarian National Radio (BNR).