Bulgaria finds middle ground on weapons deliveries to Ukraine
14 May 2022 | 5:48 pm
In the former Soviet satellite state, the Bulgarian government was so divided on providing military aid to Ukraine that it almost collapsed. A solution came from Ukraine itself. But will the compromise last?
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Russia has not reported any casualties or any damages in the alleged drone strikes. Meanwhile, Lithuania has urged Germany to speed up its deployment of troops in the Baltic country. Follow DW for more.
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