This morning, the Bulgarian Parliament received a letter from the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, saying that the Ukrainians do not need military assistance from Bulgaria.
According to bourgas.ru, this morning the Bulgarian Parliament received a letter from the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, saying that the Ukrainians do not need military assistance from Bulgaria. This was announced by the vice-speaker of the National Assembly of Bulgaria – Miroslav Ivanov.
“Dear deputies, following the results of the meeting and negotiations between President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and Prime Minister of Bulgaria Kirill Petkov, held in Kyiv on April 28 this year, as Ambassador of Ukraine, I ask you to provide the following assistance to Ukraine:
1. Continue to support Ukraine’s EU membership
2. Assistance to citizens of Ukraine fleeing the war
3. Providing an opportunity to export Ukrainian grain to Varna
4. Strengthening energy cooperation
5. Repair activities of Ukrainian military equipment at military enterprises in Bulgaria
6. Continued delivery of humanitarian aid.”
The letter follows talks in Kyiv between Prime Minister Kirill Petkov and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The Bulgarian delegation visited Ukraine last week. The letter sent to the National Assembly confirms that Kyiv wants Bulgaria to repair Ukrainian military equipment in Bulgaria, and also supports the country’s European integration.
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