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The President’s Veto on the Bulgarian Military Intelligence Act Has Been Rejected

SOFIA, (BM) - Bulgaria’s Parliament on September 5 overturned the President's veto on changes to the Military Intelligence Act that allow a civilian to head the Military Information Service as an alternative to the requirement to be a military member, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting Novinite. Read more: A New Bulgarian Act Provide for

The Chief of Defence Reported 2018 was a Successful Year for the Bulgarian Army

SOFIA, Bulgaria (BulgarianMilitary.com) - The results of the Bulgarian armed forced shown in 2018 are positive and the past year can be considered as successful. This was announced by the Chief of Defence General Andrey Botsev before presenting the analysis on the performance of the Bulgarian Army and the structures under the direct

The Verbal Attacks over the F-16 Purchase Continue

SOFIA, Bulgaria (BulgarianMilitary.com) – The purchase of the F-16 fighters has provoked a new wave of verbal attacks between Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev and the government. This happened yesterday (28th January) after the Bulgarian President stated that the competition through which F-16 was chosen was “butafor”, during his annual press

Bulgaria’s Defence Minister Confirms the Delay of the Deal for the New Fighter

SOFIA, Bulgaria, (BulgarianMilitary.com) - Bulgarian Minister of Defence Krasimir Karakachanov confirmed what was expected and stated earlier, namely that there will be delay in the evaluation of bids for a new fighter, which leads to a delay in the whole process of its acquisition, learned BulgarianMilitary.com. Bulgaria’s Defence Minister said…

President and Minister Impressed by an Indigenous Product Sold Worldwide (updated)

PLOVDIV (Bulgaria), May 31, 2018, Author: Bm team, Photos: Boyko Nikolov The president of the Republic of Bulgaria, Mr Rumen Radev and the Minister of Defence, Mr Krasimir Karakachanov, opened the 13th International Defence Equipment Exhibition “HEMUS 2018 - Defence, Antiterrorism and Security” in Plovdiv, which started on 30th May. By…

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…

The Bulgarian society has faith in our army, according to latest survey

(SOFIA) (Photo by Wikipedia) - Gallup International has conducted an independent survey among 800-1000 Bulgarians aged over 18 for confidence in the Bulgarian army as an institution. The results are that Bulgarian society believes more in recent years in our army and its capabilities. One of the reasons is perhaps the election of a former…

President Radev: Military power should become factor of Europe’s foreign policy

The military power should become a factor of Europe’s foreign policy, Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev said in a speech during the opening of the public discussion in Sofia named Together in Security-Bulgaria’s Role in the Common European Defense. Years ago the military power was viewed within the perspective of guaranteeing the security of…

Bulgaria’s Radev: NATO Exercises in Black Sea No Threat To Tourism

The planned military training exercises of NATO in the Black Sea agreed at the meeting in Warsaw in July 2016 have nothing to do with the idea of the so-called Black Sea fleet. These training exercises do not threaten “boats, yachts and tourism”, wrote on Facebook Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev. Radev reminded that such exercises take place…

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