Ukrainian President: Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria may set up joint military brigade
Ukraine has discussed the possibility of setting up a joint military brigade with Romania and Bulgaria, similar to the existing Ukrainian-Lithuanian-Polish brigade, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said at a joint press conference with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis in Bucharest on Thursday.
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"During the Bulgarian president's visit to China and during our negotiations today, we discussed the possibility of setting up a Ukrainian-Romanian-Bulgarian brigade after the fashion of UkrLitPolBrig. We have a positive record of implementing this agreement. I am sure that such steps will improve both security and confidence in the region and elsewhere in Europe," Poroshenko said.