The President of Bulgaria, Rumen Radev, condemned the Russian aggression in Ukraine.

According to bourgas.ru, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev condemned Russian aggression in Ukraine. This was stated by the head of Bulgaria after a personal meeting with his Czech counterpart, Milos Zeman.

Radev said the war is destroying the established international order as well as the European security architecture that has existed for decades. This aggression requires a unified response within NATO and the EU, requires a deep and decisive transformation of the Alliance, a new strategic concept with an emphasis on the eastern flank, the head of the Bulgarian state said.

The President added that our countries are firmly committed to strengthening their defense capabilities and at the meeting he and the President of the Czech Republic discussed how this could be done better.

The head of state expressed his regret that the war had posed a number of problems for our countries, especially for the Czech presidency in the EU Council.

According to Rumen Radev, calls for a cessation of hostilities and advancement of negotiations have given way to bellicose rhetoric, which means a protracted war with dire consequences. Both Bulgaria and the Czech Republic treat the Ukrainian people with understanding, and we are ready to provide humanitarian assistance. But we must be more committed to the energy independence of our countries, he said. According to him, sanctions against Russia must be effective, but we must not allow them to damage our economic and social systems, the president added.

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