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Bulgaria offers its mediation to Ukraine and the Russian Federation

Bulgaria offers its mediation to Ukraine and the Russian Federation

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Acting Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev said there is little chance of the proposal being adopted because the consent of all parties is needed.

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Bulgaria plans to propose peace negotiations between Russia and Ukraine at the upcoming NATO summit in Washington. Sofia should act as an intermediary between Kiev and Moscow. This is what the country’s acting Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev said, reports the Bulgarian publication Novinite.

“I sincerely believe that we should promote peace negotiations, and Bulgaria should act as a mediator. What could be better than this And this I will give, no problems,” he assured.

Glavchev is skeptical about Bulgaria’s chances of being accepted as a mediator because it requires the consent of both sides.

“This is a wonderful proposal, but to recognize us as mediators, the agreement needs to emphasize that peace negotiations must comply with the UN Charter and international law. are not negotiable,” he said.

At the same time, the head of the Bulgarian government rejected proposals to place his troops in Ukraine, saying that the Bulgarian soldiers will only defend the national territory.

Bulgaria plans to allocate 80 million euros to Ukraine


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