In the annual report published by the Bulgarian National Security Agency (DANS), it was stated that the war in Ukraine could move beyond the country’s borders, and the possibility of using weapons of mass destruction in the war.
DANS’ 61-page “Annual Activity Report 2022” has been published.
In the analysis conducted in the Security section of the report, “The Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022 significantly harms the existing security architecture in Europe, escalates competition among geopolitical actors and creates risks to global energy, economic and food insecurity.” expression was used.
In this context, Danis indicated that the war in Ukraine in 2022 and the possibility of increasing instability in the Western Balkans will have the most important impact on Bulgaria’s national security, and she mentioned in her report that the negative effects of the cyclically escalating tension in the Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa.
In the report, the following data were included in the analysis section on the Russian war on Ukraine:
“While military operations retain their potential to escalate and spread beyond Ukrainian territory, the possibility of using weapons of mass destruction cannot be completely ruled out. The operations are altering key energy and transport corridors, leading to a significant migration flow to Europe.”
Bulgarian Deputy Defense Minister Atanas Zaprianov said in his assessment of the report that the Ministry of Defense does not believe that the war in Ukraine can go beyond the borders of this country.
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