The Bulgarian Ministry of Defense denied the news of sending Su-25 warplanes to Ukraine.
In a statement issued by the Bulgarian Ministry of Defense, the news based on the Dutch defense analysis site Oryx was reported by Bloomberg that Bulgaria sent 14 Russian-made Su-25 fighter jets to Ukraine does not reflect the truth.
The statement stated that “Bulgaria did not sell or donate Su-25 combat aircraft to any of the NATO countries for sending them to Ukraine.” It has been said.
It is reported that there are only 7 Su-25s in the inventory of the Bulgarian Air Force and that these aircraft are kept at the Bizmer Air Base.
An Air Force Su-25 crashed during a training flight last year.
In Bulgaria, President Rumen Radev, the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and the Renaissance Party oppose any arms aid to Ukraine.
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