Bulgaria and Israel agree to increase military cooperation

Bulgaria and Israel have signed two military agreements at a meeting of their Defense Ministers, Anyu Angelov and Ehud Barak, in Tel Aviv.

The first agreement provides for joint military drills between the armed forces of Bulgaria and Israel, the Bulgarian Defense Ministry announced.

“The agreement aims at expanding the military cooperation between the two states through the carrying out of joint drills, which will lead to greater interoperability and improvement of the training of armed force units for working in an international environment,” explained the Defense Ministry in Sofia.

The second document singed Sunday at the meeting of Anyu Angelov and Ehud Barak in Tel Aviv is a Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation in military industry;

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