Bulgaria’s President: When we Sell Weapons to Other Countries, We will Set Conditions so that they don’t Reach Ukraine

"Bulgaria is committed to the production of projectiles for the needs of our partners, if they request it, and not for Ukraine." This was stated by President Rumen Radev before the meeting of the European Council, which begins today in Brussels.

The head of state specified that if any country wants to buy weapons from the Bulgarian industry, it must indicate the end user and our country will set conditions so that they don't end up in Ukraine.

"With the European Commission, we will work for more investment in our defense industry, but Bulgaria is not participating in the joint delivery of shells to Ukraine together with 9 other countries. We are only committed to shells that can go to our partners if they ask for it. But not with Ukraine," Radev said.

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