Bulgaria’s parliament supports providing Ukraine with disused S-300 missiles
On September 27, the Bulgarian parliament supported the provision of unusable S-300 missiles to Ukraine
This is reported by The Sofia Globe.
Bulgarian parliamentarians held a closed-door meeting at which they decided to supply missiles for S-300 air defense systems to Ukraine, which are in need of repair. The aid package also included ammunition for automatic small arms, which the Bulgarian army no longer needs.
The official results of the vote have not yet been disclosed. Journalists received information from MP Delyan Peevski, who said that the decision was approved. At the same time, it is known that the pro-Kremlin Revival party opposed it.
On July 14, Bulgaria officially announced the supply of heavy weapons to Ukraine for the first time. This is the largest single package of military aid from the country.
On September 26, the Defense Committee of the National Assembly of Bulgaria supported the decision to provide Ukraine with unusable missiles for the S-300 system.