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Commenting article: Bulgarian DefMin Dismisses Reports about Proposed Joint Naval Force with Romania, Turkey

Reports about an alleged proposal to set up a joint naval fleet with Romania and Turkey to counter a perceived Russian threat in the Black Sea were a “propaganda war with elements of hybrid warfare tactics", Bulgaria’s Defence Minister Nikolay Nenchev has said.

Romania had only proposed joint actions and training with the aim to boost defence capabilities, Nenchev told Bulgarian broadcaster Nova TV on Friday.

No proposal had been made to Bulgaria to establish a joint naval force in the Black Sea with Romania and Turkey; no participation had been offered to non-NATO Ukraine either, Nenchev added.

Ivailo Ivanov - 18 Jun 2016 // 08:11:14

The unprovoked Romanian involvement in the Balkan war did help Turkey to regain ground in Europe and made massive refugee crises for Bulgaria!! and if USA really want to take Russia it can make it much more effectively than to use union between the IS (Turkey) and EU states!! so thanks!

Ivailo Ivanov - 17 Jun 2016 // 22:57:55

The best strategy for Bulgaria is to be armed and neutral..because we are in the middle of the Balkans that carry the name of the main mountain in Bulgaria.. and we have Turkey, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Romania, Ukraine and Russia as neighbors and most of them are not quite peaceful and mature.. and we are on the boundary between Islam and Christianity and we a WEAK ....and etch...unfortunately we are neither armed nor mentally stable enough to maintain the required neutrality.

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