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Bulgaria Agrees to Repair Ukrainian Military Equipment

Speaking in Kyiv on April 28, Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Kiril Petkov said his government would repair damaged Ukrainian military equipment, while Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky said his country was “ready to supply electricity to Bulgaria.”The meeting took place a day after the Russian energy giant Gazprom said it was cutting gas supplies to Bulgaria and Poland over their failure to pay in rubles.In a joint press conference after the meeting, Zelensky said the pair discussed supplying gas to Bulgaria via the Trans-Balkan pipeline and the potential transport of agricultural products from Ukraine through the Bulgarian port of Varna.The agreements came as Bulgaria’s coalition government continued to debate whether to send military aid to Ukraine. On April 25, Petkov, frustrated by the ongoing debate, launched a charity fund for the Ukrainian government and called on citizens to donate their salaries — a move opposing politicians said was insensitive to the more than a million Bulgarians living below the poverty line, Balkan Insight reported. Ukraine’s foreign minister Dmytro Kuleba thanked Petkov for launching the campaign, saying it demonstrated “true Bulgarian solidarity with Ukraine.” Credit: Volodymyr Zelensky via Storyful

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