And if these missiles are used, they will be for the protection of people, they are not offensive missiles. This is what Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov told journalists before the official premiere of Prof. Georgi Dyulgerov’s new film, “Notes on a Betrayal” at the House of Cinema in Sofia on the occasion of Russia’s call for Bulgaria to reconsider its decision to hand over missiles for anti-aircraft missile systems to Kiev S-300.
Russia: With the missiles for Ukraine, Bulgaria violates the agreement with us
“These missiles or parts of them, if used in Ukraine, will be for the protection of cities such as Kyiv, Odesa. They are for anti-aircraft defense,” Denkov pointed out.
Final: The National Assembly approved providing additional military aid to Ukraine
“>Final: The National Assembly approved providing additional military aid to Ukraine
“I think that after everything we have seen in the last year and a half, Russia is the last one who could talk about compliance with international agreements,” commented the prime minister, after the Russian Federal Service for Military Technical Cooperation urged our country not to hand over to Ukraine missiles, so as not to allow a violation of international law.
Source: BTA, Bilyana Ivanova