Ministry of Defense

Bulgaria Ventures into Kamikaze Drones Production: A Game Changer in Military Technology

Bulgaria is embarking on the production of kamikaze drones, which will be priced at BGN 2,000 each and have the capability to destroy tanks valued at 10-15 million euros, according to Kalin Dimitrov, the executive director of a Ministry of Defense company, as reported in an interview with the Bulgarian Army newspaper.

Russia’s Mighty S-400 Humiliated and Destroyed by 30-Year-Old Missiles

The Ukrainian Armed Forces have dealt a severe blow to Russian military installations in the temporarily occupied Crimea peninsula. Reports indicate that the strikes targeted the airport in the city of Dzhankoi, a key hub from which Russian invaders have been launching missiles towards Odesa.

Bulgarian Opposition Parties Urge President Radev to Replace Caretaker PM

Amidst political tensions in Bulgaria, the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) has made a bold call for President Rumen Radev to take action and replace caretaker Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev. The leader of BSP, Kornelia Ninova, speaking on behalf of the party's parliamentary group, emphasized the need for decisive leadership in the face of the country's current challenges.

Reshuffle in Bulgarian Political Cabinets: 9 New Deputy Ministers Appointed

Acting Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev has issued orders appointing nine new deputy ministers across six ministries. Among the notable changes is the appointment of Alexander Yolovski, former Minister of e-Governance, as deputy minister, marking a pivotal moment in the ongoing restructuring of governmental roles.

Concerns Mount Over Bulgaria's Readiness to Accommodate Incoming F-16s Amid Infrastructure Delays

Bulgaria faces mounting uncertainties regarding its preparedness to receive the first batch of F-16 Block 70 aircraft, with retired Minister of Defense Todor Tagarev highlighting significant infrastructure challenges in an interview shared on Facebook, as reported by "Focus."

Bulgarian and American Air Forces Join Forces for Black Sea Vigilance Exercise

In a display of steadfast alliance and strategic cooperation, the Bulgarian and American air forces have launched joint exercises aimed at enhancing their readiness and coordination in the Black Sea region. The maneuvers, which involve simulated strikes on ground targets, highlight a continued commitment to NATO's collective defense amidst regional tensions.