A shipment of Bulgarian-made arms bound for Mali, which remained blocked in Guinea since end-July, has arrived in Bamako.
The weapons were reportedly ordered by former Malian President Amadou Toumani Toure before he was ousted in a March 22 military coup.
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) intercepted the arms shipment to Mali at the port of Conakry amid concern that the weapons could wind up in the wrong hands....
It seems Bulgaria has shot itself in the foot or maybe a little cross-eyed with European, Canadian and USA policy.
Hey Bulgaria, close to one million children will be hungry and arms do not fill stomachs but death from hunger or civil war.
We need a little religion to flow in the veins of the mercenaries and secondary arms dealers from Bulgaria.
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