The new Commander-in-Chief of the Bulgarian Navy, Rear Admiral Plamen Manushev, was inaugurated at a ceremony in the Black Sea city of Varna Friday.
The An-30 plane transporting the ballot boxes with the votes of the Bulgarian rangers currently stationed in Afghanistan had an accident on Monday.
General Zlatan Stoykov, Chief of Staff of the Bulgarian army, is set to propose that unnecessary Bulgarian weapons are disposed of in Turkey.
Bulgaria's Council of Ministers confirmed Wednesday that Bulgarian army officers will help to train the Afghan army.
The Republican US Congressman, Ted Poe, has stated he was impressed with the depth of US Bulgaria cooperation on defense, counter-narcotics and combating human trafficking.
Bulgaria's government is going to decide Thursday whether the country would participate in the anti-piracy military operation of the EU.
The 22nd Expeditionary Unit of the US marines is arriving Wednesday, May 27, for one-week military drills.
Bulgaria's intelligence head, Gen. Kircho Kirov, said Saturday his service had generally predicted the developments that led to the Russia-Ukraine gas crisis in January 2009.
Bulgaria's city of Burgas welcomed Friday military vessels of five Black Sea states as part of BLACKSEAFOR, a multinational naval on-call peace task force.
Bulgaria and Serbia have signed an intergovernmental agreement on exchange and mutual protection of classified information in the field of defense.
Bulgaria started Sunday the series of events to celebrate the fifth anniversary since the country joined NATO, and the coming 60th birthday of the Alliance.
The Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, has stated that Russia is trying to understand why the US military needs to have bases in Bulgaria.
Bulgaria's naval base in Burgas held Friday a ceremony for the formal baptizing of the two second-hand frigates the country bought from Belgium.
Bulgaria's Solomon Passy has as many chances to became the new NATO Secretary General as any of the other candidates, the Alliance's spokesperson, James Appathurai, said Friday.
Bulgaria's 5th Mechanized Company has departed Monday for Kabul, Afghanistan, and will stay there for six months. The Bulgarian rangers, including four women, underwent a three-month training, and they have obtained all the certificates required for ta
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