NATO and EU will fully support Bulgaria after the expulsion of 70 Russian

Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov (left) and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltemberg (right) @ resign from the Council of Ministers

“”BulgariaDecided to expel 70 Russia An official who is considered a foreign agent is a sovereign decision that must be respected. “

This was stated by NATO Spokeswoman Oana Lungescu when asked by “Dnevnik” how the alliance would comment on yesterday’s comments Ultimatum Threats from Russia and subsequently by Ambassador Eleonora Mitrofanova to the closure of the embassy and the severance of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

“”NATO Allies strongly blame [Russia’s] Long-standing trends in blackmail, attempts to disrupt our democratic processes and institutions, and attacks on the security of our citizens.A statement from the Alliance Headquarters in Brussels was added.

“”We are in solidarity with our allies Bulgaria“Concludes the position of Lungescu.

The European External Action Service (EEAS) Bulgaria Hand over 70 Russia Diplomat And if Russia closes its embassy, ​​it warns that it will contribute to its greater quarantine.

The full statement from a spokesperson for the European External Action Service is:

“”European Union Russia Federation to end diplomatic relations with Bulgaria Exile 70 employees in response to the decision to be fully compliant with international law Russia An embassy that acted in violation of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.

European Union Bulgaria In these situations, keep an eye on the problem.

Such an imbalanced step by Russia will contribute to Russia’s greater international isolation... “

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