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PM Borissov: Covid-19 crisis will not affect planned military spending

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For the first time in 18 years, the experimental shooting of the anti-ship missile complex "Rubezh" took place in Bulgaria. I extend big congratulations to our military commanders and the navy for what they showed us today. I saw many masterful things. I would like the Bulgarian citizens to know that we have great professionals in our army, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, who was present at the shootings, wrote on Facebook: 

The planned increase in military salaries will remain, despite the frightening global crisis. We can cope financially and we do not need to suspend large military projects. I got convinced that our army is very well prepared and the Bulgarian people can sleep more peacefully, Borissov  stressed.

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