Bulgarian President Rumen Radev and Austrian Prime Minister Karl Nehammer met in El Hovo, a town on the Bulgarian border with Turkey.
Austrian Prime Minister Nehammer visited the Bulgarian-Turkish border by helicopter.
Austrian Prime Minister Karl Nehammer met with President Rumen Radev of Bulgaria, in the town of Hovo, on the border with Turkey. Austrian Prime Minister Nehammer, while conducting checks at the Bulgarian-Turkish border with President Radev by helicopter, spoke with the illegal immigrants. Nahamer, who received information about what was being done regarding illegal immigrants, checked the equipment used by obtaining information from the forces operating at the border.
In his statement, Nehammer mentioned that the problem of illegal immigrants is a common problem in Europe and drew attention to the fact that Bulgaria and Romania should not be left alone in protecting the external borders of the European Union. Nemer said he would seek two billion euros from the European Commission for Border Security and Protection.
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