NATO might have a navy logistic center in Black Sea, near Varna in Bulgaria

WASHINGTON, (BM) – At a meeting between Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and US President Donald Trump, held at the White House, Borisov promised to establish a coordination center for NATO ships in the Black Sea, BulgarianMilitary.com has learned.

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According to the prime minister, this is not a military base, but a logistic center for conducting exercises and training.

“The Black Sea remains peaceful and President Trump and I will enjoy resorts and golf clubs,” the Prime Minister explained.

We remind you that on November 24, the Bulgarian Prime Minister made a statement saying that there would be no Black Sea military base in Bulgaria.

These words were sharply criticized by the Atlantic Council of Bulgaria, according to which, these are not the words of a Prime Minister.

According to the council, this is a position of a neutral country that is trying to play the role of a balance between Russia and NATO, not a NATO member state.

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“The visit of the US Prime Minister in fact started with a false start,” the Atlantic Council of Bulgaria said in a statement.

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