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Bulgarian PM: Situation at Turkish-Iraqi Border Is Direct Threat to Bulgaria

by www.novinite.com

What is happening at the Turkish-Iraqi border threatens Bulgaria directly as the country nearest to the conflict, stated Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov on BNR.

“The situation is extremely complicated because this is not just about a problem between Turkey and Iraq but about global problems and interests… Every war there is a direct blow to us. We are the way, we are the border to Europe. We are doing the maximum we can,” stated Borisov.

 


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