Ministry of Defence

Special Squad of Land Forces Disarms Corroded Artillery Shell Found near Bus Station in Sofia

A special squad of Military Formation 28 610 - Gorna Banya of the Land Forces was activated at 12:30 noon to dispose of ammunition found in the grassland opposite the South Bus Station in Sofia, said the Ministry of Defence

Bulgaria Transfers Full Amount for Purchase of F-16 Aircraft and Associated Equipment and Weapons

The Bulgarian Department of Defence has transferred the entire amount of USD 1.2 billion under the international government procurement contracts for the purchase of eight F-16 Block 70 aircraft and associated equipment and weapons, the Ministry of Defence said in a press release.

Bulgaria Seeks Armored-vehicle Offers from Four Producers in $840M Deal

The Bulgarian Ministry of Defence has announced it will seek offers for the supply of 150 armored vehicles from four Europe-based manufacturers: Germany's ARTEC, Finnish Patria, France's Nexter Group, and Swiss-based General Dynamics Land System - MOWAG, reports Defense News. 

The Deputy Prime Minister of Croatia Arrives in Bulgaria

Croatia's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Damir Krsticevic arrives on a two-day working visit to Bulgaria, the Defense Ministry (MO) said.
 
The visit is at the invitation of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Krasimir Karakachanov. The talks will discuss issues related to the deepening of bilateral defense co-operation.

The Bulgarian Ministry of Defence Opens the Bids for a Multi-patrol Vessel

The replies of states sent following a request by the Ministry of Defense to submit a proposal on the project to acquire two multi-functional modular patrol vessels for the Navy will be opened on Monday, April 22, in the Solemn Hall of the Ministry of Defense at 10.00.

By the End of 2018, the Military Troops Arrived in the Bulgaria Army were More than those who Left

At the end of last year, for the first time in the last years, the troops arrived in the Bulgarian Army were more than those wo left. However, the unskilled military personnel in the army remains about 20 per cent. This was said at a press conference in Yambol Deputy Chief of Defense Lieutenant General Dimitar Iliev.
 

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