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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. Read more: NATO Expects North Macedonia to Join the Alliance in 2020 According to the

The Deals for New Armoured Vehicles Have a Higher Added Value for Bulgaria

SOFIA, Bulgaria (BulgarianMilitary.com) - In contrast to the expectations (mainly the public ones), the most commented military deal in Bulgaria, the one for the purchase of new combat fighters has the least added value for the country. From a historical point of view, Bulgaria has not been at all developed in the field of aircraft construction,…

Bulgaria Will Pay About EUR 5 Million for Repair of Russian Т-72 Tanks

SOFIA, Bulgaria (BulgarianMilitary.com), 28 August 2018, Author: Boyko Nikolov, Photo credit: U.S. Army Photo 13 Т-72 tanks and 60 sights for them will be repaired in the next five years, and the repair will cost about EUR 5 million, decided the Ministry of Defence, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting Dnevnik. The Bulgarian country will…

The Cabinet Wants the Bulgarian Soldiers to Operate Bulgarian Machines

TARGOVISHTE (Bulgaria), April 28, 2018, Source: Mediapool.bg, Picture: MoD The Government is going to vote the granting of BGN 1.22 billion for the modernization of the Bulgarian Army, and its only condition is the military machines to be manufactured in the country. This became clear during the visit of the Prime Minister Boiko Borisov and the…

No comment, just the time sequence of facts

SOFIA (Bulgaria), December 19, By Boyko Nikolov (Bm), Photo: Pixabay.com During the mandate of caretaker government of Ognyan Gerdzhikov, the commission appointed to choose new supplier of military aircrafts for the Bulgarian air forces adopted a decision. Few days later the newly elected parliament and government took up their duties and…

Bulgarian PM praises move to quit NATO drill, says Turkey’s partnership crucial

Bulgaria's prime minister on Monday praised Turkey's decision to withdraw from a NATO drill following incidents in which Turkey's president and late founder were depicted as "enemies," stressing that Turkey must remain a strategic partner to the bloc and the EU. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's message in withdrawing Turkey's 40 soldiers " is…

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