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European Commission, in its recent statement on April 22, 2022, announced a proposal to increase its 2022 budget by 176 million euros of payments being done to the nations who are providing shelter to the Ukrainian refugees.

WHO provides generators to hospitals across Ukraine

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WHO Director-General calls on Russia to end war amid heavy casualties

Director-General of the World Health Organisation (WHO) - Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus calls on Russia to end the war immediately, amid a heavy number of civilian casualties.

Bulgaria can’t send MiG-29 aircraft and C-300 air defense systems to Ukraine: Bozhilov

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Bulgaria’s Prime Minister asks Russian Ambassador to stop insulting country’s institutions

PM Petkov noted that he specially called the Russian Ambassador on Sunday, March 6, asking her to adhere to norms of diplomatic communication. 

Russia sends troops to Kazakhstan as fresh violence upraised in region

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