Bulgarian Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov said he expects Ukraine to be invited to join NATO when the situation permits.
Denkov made statements to Bulgarian journalists during his participation in the NATO summit in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.
Recalling that the Bulgarian government and parliament have accepted declarations in support of Ukraine’s membership in NATO, Denkov said, “I expect a final result and expect Ukraine to be invited to NATO membership when the situation allows.” Use the phrase.
Denkov noted that a clear perspective of Ukraine’s membership will be established. Denkov stressed that certain conditions must be met for this, “Ukraine cannot be accepted into NATO as long as it is at war with a neighboring country. But the conditions for its acceptance will become clear soon.” He said.
Denkov stated that for the first time after the Cold War, regional plans were being prepared to be implemented in the face of a threat from the east and said, “We are also in a new environment as a country. The important thing is to be able to increase our defense capability and combine it with those of Romania, Turkey and other neighboring NATO countries.” “. Make an evaluation.
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