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"Bulgaria has started equipping the coast guard with missiles". This was announced by Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov, specifying that the goal is "that no one dares to approach our Black Sea cities". The Prime Minister said this during the form in which he answers questions put to him by users on Facebook.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov insisted that he is not looking for war with any institution.
"I'm not looking for a war with anyone, on the contrary, we need calm - the government, in the political sense of the word, so that we can fulfill our program and people can start living better," he commented.
406 people were arrested for migrant trafficking and 612 for drug trafficking this month. This is indicated by the data of the Specialized Interdepartmental Unit between the Prosecutor's Office and the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which was created to support the investigation of pre-trial proceedings.
After the sabotage of Nord Stream, Hungary and Serbia warned the international community that any endangerment of the gas supply system from the Russian Federation would be considered a casus belli, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban stated in a conversation with American journalist Tucker Carlson.
A special clause in the countries' accession treaties to the European Union can ensure that they cannot block other applicants immediately after entry.
This was stated by the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, at the Strategic Forum in Bled, which gathered heads of state and government from the Western Balkans and other countries, including Bulgaria and Greece.