Bulgarian President Rumen Radev warned that prolonging the Ukrainian crisis would lead to dire economic consequences for Europe, describing his country's parliament's decision to send military aid to Kiev as dangerous.
"The prolongation of the Ukrainian crisis will lead to dire economic consequences for Europe," Radev was quoted by NTV channel as saying today, adding that this would mean Europe's destruction of its economy itself, and we are moving in this direction.
Radev criticized the Bulgarian parliament's recent decision to send technical military assistance to Ukraine, describing it as a dangerous step to involve Bulgaria in the conflict.
Russia has repeatedly warned of the consequences of NATO's continued sending of weapons to the Ukrainian regime to continue fueling and prolonging the crisis.
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