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Bulgaria signs a declaration of support for Ukraine’s NATO membership after Russian war

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy (R) meeting with President of Bulgaria Rumen Radev (L) on 6 July 2023, in Sofia. Source:
Bulgaria signs a declaration of support for Ukraine’s NATO membership after Russian war

Bulgaria has signed a declaration of support for Ukraine’s aspirations to join NATO after the end of the Russian war, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Ruslan Stefanchuk has announced.

According to him, the document states that the National Assembly of Bulgaria expects from its government, particularly at the upcoming Alliance summit in Vilnius, to express a position of support for Ukraine’s NATO accession after the restoration of peace on its territory.

The chairman of the Ukrainian parliament has also emphasized that the Parliament of Bulgaria has stated that it supports initiating the process of planning and adopting specific criteria and timelines for Ukraine’s accession to NATO, deepening political assistance from the Alliance, and expanding strategic relations with Ukraine.

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