Bulgaria wants NATO’s missile defense system to cover the entire country

Bulgaria has a firm position on the NATO missile defense system – it must cover the entire territory of the country, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said on Monday.

Borisov spoke on Monday at the NATO parliamentary assembly, held between May 27 and May 30 in Bulgaria’s Black Sea capital Varna.

According to Borisov, the missile shield guarantees the security of NATO countries’ territories, but where and what exact elements are to be put in place depends on technical and strategic decisions of the Alliance.

The PM pointed out to participants in the assembly that the Black Sea Region, where three countries are NATO members and the other three are partners, is a place of crucial strategic transport corridors.

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