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In Bulgaria, began checking information on the supply of weapons to jihadists

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The Prosecutor's Office of the Gorna-Oryahovitsa District Center (Bulgaria) initiated the verification of a report by a correspondent Dilyana Gaitandzhieva, who told in her material about the discovery in Aleppo of ammunition produced in Bulgaria.


In Bulgaria, began checking information on the supply of weapons to jihadists


In Aleppo, a journalist was shown a warehouse abandoned by Islamists, in which dozens of crates of ammunition made in Bulgaria were kept. 122-mm “Grad” rockets were also found in the basement, according to the labels, the private Bulgarian company Arcus was exporting.

It was this company that interested the Bulgarian law enforcement officers. Now the prosecutor's office is checking the licenses of the company for the production of ammunition and trade in them. Some of the documents in the framework of the audit were withdrawn from the Ministry of Defense of the country. There is also clarified information about Arcus.

"At the moment there is no violation", - commented on the situation the representative of the prosecutor's office.

Verification is the only reaction of the Bulgarian government to the numerous facts of supply weapons Syrian jihadists, which were carried out through the American and Saudi channels.

In turn, Gaitandzhieva called on the authorities to send a state commission to Aleppo, which would include members of the Bulgarian parliament.
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  1. 210ox
    210ox 4 January 2017 09: 54
    +10
    This is the "Punchinel's secret." The Bulgarians supply right and left .. Without any remorse .. ISIS? -Please .. Bandera? Yes, for God's sake .. However, ours also supply weapons to KSA .. We found friends ..
    1. Ihrek
      Ihrek 4 January 2017 09: 58
      +20
      What is remarkable, they always support opponents of Russia. They do this all the time as they freed themselves from the Turkish yoke. And they do it with such zeal, as if it was not Russia that liberated them, but someone else, but Russia, on the contrary, that it was enslaved.
      1. 210ox
        210ox 4 January 2017 10: 06
        +4
        The only thing they didn’t think of was to provide resistance to our troops in 1944 .. But they could, it was Hitler’s allies ..
        Quote: Ihrek
        What is remarkable, they always support opponents of Russia. They do this all the time as they freed themselves from the Turkish yoke. And they do it with such zeal, as if it was not Russia that liberated them, but, on the contrary, surrendered to slavery.
        1. Ihrek
          Ihrek 4 January 2017 10: 11
          +5
          Because they knew that the song was sung by their ally Hitler, otherwise they would have supported it, without any remorse or honor, you can be sure. These are the fellow believers - "brothers".
          Quote: 210ox
          The only thing they didn’t think of was to provide resistance to our troops in 1944 .. But they could, it was Hitler’s allies ..
          1. 210ox
            210ox 4 January 2017 10: 19
            +3
            The most interesting thing is that they do not perceive the Russians as a nation who liberated them from the Ottoman yoke .. They perceive the liberator only as a specific General-Skobelev, but not the Russian people. Moreover, they often accuse us of betrayal in the late 80s .. Although this in fact, it was. However, our elite then first of all betrayed its people ..
            Quote: Ihrek
            Because they knew that the song was sung by their ally Hitler, otherwise they would have supported it, without any remorse or honor, you can be sure. These are the fellow believers - "brothers".
            Quote: 210ox
            The only thing they didn’t think of was to provide resistance to our troops in 1944 .. But they could, it was Hitler’s allies ..
            1. The stranger
              The stranger 4 January 2017 12: 14
              +5
              Immediately obvious specialist, damn it. This is such a nonsense device.
              Dude, find maps of the Bulgarian capital, other big cities.
              Next, study the names of the main streets.
              Then here, and in the same volume, SORRY!
              1. 210ox
                210ox 4 January 2017 16: 57
                +4
                To whom? Or what? It is you who must apologize to the Russian people, who brought the Bulgarians out of slavery at the cost of the lives of their soldiers. And subsequently, only black ingratitude ..
                Quote: Alien
                Immediately obvious specialist, damn it. This is such a nonsense device.
                Dude, find maps of the Bulgarian capital, other big cities.
                Next, study the names of the main streets.
                Then here, and in the same volume, SORRY!
                1. The stranger
                  The stranger 4 January 2017 20: 20
                  +1
                  Did I offer you a method to quickly sort out the situation? Proposed. You have refused. Talking to a gramophone with a lying record without interest is a waste of time.
                2. brasist
                  brasist 5 January 2017 09: 34
                  0
                  As always, they will express their "understand and forgive" and understand and forgive, although we should slap them in the neck for their prostitution.
        2. Bagatur
          Bagatur 4 January 2017 10: 40
          +3
          Yes, Hitler's allies .. Just like in 1939, together with Hitler, a pact was signed-Poland was divided, the Baltic states were seized .. Pardon was "liberated", they also wanted to liberate Finland, but she did not want this "happiness" and we know what happened ...
          1. 210ox
            210ox 4 January 2017 10: 45
            +8
            But what happened? First, I lost territory (but they offered an exchange), then I was forced to declare war on Hitler. We didn’t do it, we would have lost everything ..
          2. Nyrobsky
            Nyrobsky 4 January 2017 11: 12
            +8
            Quote: bagatura
            Yes, Hitler's allies .. Just like in 1939, together with Hitler, a pact was signed-Poland was divided, the Baltic states were seized .. Pardon was "liberated", they also wanted to liberate Finland, but she did not want this "happiness" and we know what happened ...

            Do you know what "Bagatur", remember - how many times in history has Bulgaria harnessed to Russia? Do not remember? This is because it has never happened. Only Russia, with the lives of its soldiers, saved Bulgaria from the loss of statehood, otherwise Sofia would have been a Turkish city.
            1. OLD FART
              OLD FART 4 January 2017 11: 27
              +10
              Quote: Nyrobsky
              Do you know what "Bagatur", remember - how many times in history has Bulgaria harnessed to Russia? Do not remember? This is because it has never happened. Only Russia, with the lives of its soldiers, saved Bulgaria from the loss of statehood, otherwise Sofia would have been a Turkish city.

              Today is a significant date and many in Bulgaria have forgotten about it ... Western brains work well now .. angry soldier FOR OUR soldiers ..! drinks

              These are the things of the "brother", this also concerns everyone else .. (many have a short memory ..)
              1. 1536
                1536 5 January 2017 00: 43
                +1
                Today it is fashionable to talk about "Russia's historical mistakes." So, our struggle with Turkey for the liberation of Bulgaria in the 1861th century, I think, was a mistake of the tsarist government. The whole idea was to distract the people inside the country from the failed land reform of XNUMX. And reconciliation with Turkey, despite all the differences and contradictions, despite the different beliefs, could have occurred even then. The tsarist government then did nothing but incite nationalism with its ill-considered actions. And this Bulgarian nationalism reverberated around the entire XX century, and now in the XXI century the unresolved Bulgarian issue has surfaced at the most inopportune time.
                1. murriou
                  murriou 6 January 2017 05: 21
                  0
                  The tsarist government in 1912 mediocre trodden all the achievements of several decades of previous Russian politics in the Balkans. And the participation of Bulgaria in the WWI on the side of the Germans, because against the Serbs, and the departure of Greece from close ties with Russia - everything went from there.
          3. Nyrobsky
            Nyrobsky 4 January 2017 11: 42
            +17
            Quote: bagatura
            in 1939, together with Hitler, a pact was concluded-Poland was divided, the Baltic states were seized .. pardon- "liberated", Finland also wanted to liberate, but she did not want this "happiness"

            Well, let's start with the Baltics. This territory, Peter-1 bought in 1721 from Sweden and since then, according to the document of "purchase and sale" territorially it belongs to Russia. It's just that, for various reasons, like a stray dog, it periodically leaves the owner on a spree until the skin and bones are left of it and returns back to the bowl to work up fat until the next spree. As for the jambs with Poland and Finland, this cannot be a headache for Bulgaria, due to the fact that Russia did not enter into alliances against Bulgaria, did not divide and seize its territory, which did not prevent the Bulgarians from repeatedly opposing Russia. Do you, Bulgarians, present claims to Russia, relying on the examples of the Baltic states, Poland and Finland (by the way, the latter two are also former territories of the Russian Empire). If there are specific examples of Russia's aggression towards the Bulgarians, then show them to the public, if not, then why is there a trump card in the history of countries that have nothing to do with Bulgaria and Russia?
            1. OLD FART
              OLD FART 4 January 2017 11: 50
              +6
              Quote: Nyrobsky
              Well, let's start with the Baltics. This territory, Peter-1 bought in 1721 from Sweden and since then, according to the document of "purchase and sale" territorially it belongs to Russia. It's just that for various reasons, like a stray dog, she periodically leaves the owner on a spree.

              Well written ...))) laughing laughing good We really bought them ....)))) And how much we invested in them ... Russia simply does not post these documents, like "Let the mangy dogs run around, come back and get the whip smerds ..." laughing
              History is an interesting thing ...! And how many miraculous discoveries the spirit of enlightenment prepares ..... wink
          4. 33 Watcher
            33 Watcher 4 January 2017 12: 36
            +5
            Quote: bagatura
            Yes, Hitler's allies .. Just like in 1939, together with Hitler, a pact was signed-Poland was divided, the Baltic states were seized .. Pardon was "liberated", they also wanted to liberate Finland, but she did not want this "happiness" and we know what happened ...

            Oh how I voted! laughing
            Quote: Alien
            Then here, and in the same volume, SORRY!

            Are you completely fucked up ..? It's a pity in absentia, I would "apologize" for him, silently stand up, and "apologize." And then you would tell your friends who did this to you. yes
            You have gone berserk from impunity, but it will not always be like that. Think there in Europe how and where your children will live, you need to think now, the Americans will not save anyone. Because they need to think who will save them ...
          5. Ihrek
            Ihrek 4 January 2017 14: 44
            +10
            Quote: bagatura
            Yes, Hitler's allies .. Just like in 1939, together with Hitler, a pact was signed-Poland was divided, the Baltic states were seized .. Pardon was "liberated", they also wanted to liberate Finland, but she did not want this "happiness" and we know what happened ...


            Russia, the last of the European countries, signed an agreement in which it undertook not to attack each other.
            1933 - pact of four (England, France, Italy)
            1934 - Poland, Hitler-Pilsudski Pact
            1935 - Japan, Anti-Comintern Pact
            1936 - England, maritime agreement
            1938 September - England, non-aggression declaration
            December 1938 - France, non-aggression declaration
            etc.

            And Russia is to blame for everything.
          6. ydjin
            ydjin 4 January 2017 14: 54
            +5
            Quote: bagatura
            Yes, Hitler's allies .. Just like in 1939, together with Hitler, a pact was signed-Poland was divided, the Baltic states were seized .. Pardon was "liberated", they also wanted to liberate Finland, but she did not want this "happiness" and we know what happened ...

            Bagatur, do not wag "brother" 2 World Wars, on whose side of brother did Bulgaria fight? Is it blogging for the fact that Russia freed you from the Turks? Then why the fuck are these brothers surrendered to us? Live yourselves as you can, to please the overseas rulers, you even lost your nuclear power and is now in slavery at the Westinghouse? For the sake of your ambitions, you have traded your soul!
          7. svd-xnumx
            svd-xnumx 4 January 2017 18: 09
            +2
            Yes, Hitler's allies .. Just like in 1939, together with Hitler, a pact was signed-Poland was divided, the Baltic states were seized .. Pardon was "liberated", they also wanted to liberate Finland, but she did not want this "happiness" and we know what happened ...
            And if you imagine that there wouldn’t be all these events, that Hitler wouldn’t go east of the Bug? And even if he didn’t capture the Baltic extinctions, he would have allied regimes there. The USSR would have received the Wehrmacht tens of kilometers from Pskov by the beginning of the war. Leningrad they probably wouldn’t be able to keep, and the Nazis would approach Moscow in the summer.
          8. Ratmir_Ryazan
            Ratmir_Ryazan 4 January 2017 22: 58
            +2
            We didn’t divide Poland and Hitler, but took our lands from Poland that she had taken from us in the 20s ... Finland was an ally of the Nazis, and the Baltic states became a part of the USSR voluntarily, the USSR did not have battles with the Baltic states, by the way, thanks to When the Baltic countries became part of the USSR, not only developed and preserved as ethnic groups, but also got their lands back ... We can also bill Lithuania and the entire Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in such a way that the grandchildren of the grandchildren will not pay ... The West wanted to set the fascists on us from the west and Japanese from the east, we have no one to apologize to, we defended ourselves !!! After the war, Poland also received so much land thanks to Stalin that they should pray for it !!!
          9. murriou
            murriou 6 January 2017 05: 17
            0
            To confuse = non-aggression pact = c = union treaty =, one must have neither knowledge nor conscience in the head.
            K.O.
        3. svp67
          svp67 4 January 2017 12: 18
          +4
          Quote: 210ox
          The only thing they did not think of was to provide resistance to our troops in 1944 ..

          No, not the only one.
          Tsar Boris tried to maintain neutrality to the last, he never declared war on the USSR (only the USA and Great Britain declared war). The Soviet embassy functioned in the country, which is rather strange, considering that Bulgaria was an ally of the Third Reich.
      2. The stranger
        The stranger 4 January 2017 12: 10
        +1
        And if you turn on the brain?
        Can you announce the data on the Bulgarian arms exports, starting in 1878?
        Do not be lazy to carry nonsense?
        1. Bath
          Bath 4 January 2017 15: 05
          +2
          Well, what kind of Bulgarians do we have for brother? don’t bring nonsense, and then you’ll have to do an offended person, we will set you free. we saved you and (((((each people praises its swamp and think the next time whether it’s worth freeing someone and if he wants to free himself Czech Republic as an example
          1. The stranger
            The stranger 4 January 2017 20: 20
            0
            Are you offended by something?
  2. OLD FART
    OLD FART 4 January 2017 09: 55
    +6
    In the course of the action, during this massacre in the Middle East ... All the military depots of the former USSR and CMEA devastated selling to hell! (in Ukraine, for sure, everything is empty for a long time ..)))
    1. Siberian
      Siberian 4 January 2017 10: 10
      +10
      I don't want to make a mess, but! The Russian Federation is arming Armenia and Azerbaijan. The explanation of our politicians: all the same, weapons will appear, not us (we will make money on this), so there is someone to put on and it (weapons) will still be. Bulgaria is the same. Not the Bulgarians will earn. T, so someone else. But it will still be. Especially if it is not direct government supplies ....
      1. bouncyhunter
        bouncyhunter 4 January 2017 10: 14
        +9
        Quote: Siberian
        I don't want to make a mess, but! The Russian Federation is arming Armenia and Azerbaijan. The explanation of our politicians: all the same, weapons will appear, not us (we will make money on this), so there is someone to put on and it (weapons) will still be. Bulgaria is the same. Not the Bulgarians will earn. T, so someone else. But it will still be. Especially if it is not direct government supplies ....

        Great example! good I wonder if there is a place in the world where "big politics" is not synonymous with shit ...
        1. Nyrobsky
          Nyrobsky 4 January 2017 11: 46
          +3
          Quote: bouncyhunter
          Great example! I wonder if there is a place in the world where "big politics" is not synonymous with shit ..

          Yeah, here's probably in support of this thesis: - "Big politics = shit", the result of the investigation will be that this Bulgarian correspondent will be found guilty and convicted of disclosing state secrets. The really guilty will not be punished.
          1. bouncyhunter
            bouncyhunter 4 January 2017 11: 49
            +6
            Quote: Nyrobsky
            Yeah, here's probably in support of this thesis: - "Big politics = shit", the result of the investigation will be that this Bulgarian correspondent will be found guilty and convicted of disclosing state secrets. The really guilty will not be punished.

            Dmitriy hi If the investigation as such will be. So far, everything has been limited to verification. So there are no more guilty parties.
      2. vovanpain
        vovanpain 4 January 2017 10: 17
        +11
        Quote: Siberian
        Russia arms Armenia and Azerbaijan

        Dear Sibiryachka, what we sell to both Armenia and Azerbaijan is still a contract with the States, the stump is clear that there are a lot of intermediaries between barmels and Bulgaria, but that doesn’t add respect to Bulgaria. love hi
        1. bouncyhunter
          bouncyhunter 4 January 2017 10: 22
          +8
          what we sell to both Armenia and Azerbaijan is still a contract with the States

          One cannot disagree with this. Contract is an official, documented delivery. But the supply of IG from Bulgaria is a bargain of pure water. Therefore, they otmazatsya verification, and not a full investigation.
        2. Siberian
          Siberian 4 January 2017 10: 23
          +6
          Actually, I’m not talking about a case as such, but about its mass character. You can explain absolutely everything. I think you should not fan the fire.
        3. svp67
          svp67 4 January 2017 12: 23
          +3
          Quote: vovanpain
          Dear Sibiryachka, what we sell to both Armenia and Azerbaijan is still a contract with the States, the stump is clear that there are a lot of intermediaries between barmels and Bulgaria, but that doesn’t add respect to Bulgaria.

          Here I do not agree. Arms trade and morality are not well combined. Today we sold weapons to a specific State, and tomorrow power changes in it and it begins to spread around the whole world.
          Or take the same Syria. They helped with weapons like the government forces, and after a short time they ended up with Hezbollah or in general with Daesh. Since in the East they TRADE everything.
      3. avt
        avt 4 January 2017 10: 27
        +6
        Quote: Siberian
        I don't want to make a mess, but!

        Already made.
        Quote: Siberian
        The Russian Federation is arming Armenia and Azerbaijan.

        Try to figure out the difference in supplies
        Quote: vovanpain
        Armenia and Azerbaijan, all the same, is a contract with the States,

        who, moreover, are not under international sanctions for the supply of weapons to them and the actual armament of internationally declared terrorists, even with whom the USA coalition is fighting, but in fact NATO, of which Bulgaria is a member.
        Quote: volodya
        So much for the little brothers!

        Yes, there soon the ethnic majority will be Gypsies and local Turks, who also smuggled oil from Syria without removing the Bulgarian numbers from the trucks.
      4. Ihrek
        Ihrek 4 January 2017 10: 42
        +7
        Quote: Siberian
        I don't want to make a mess, but! The Russian Federation is arming Armenia and Azerbaijan. The explanation of our politicians: all the same, weapons will appear, not us (we will make money on this), so there is someone to put on and it (weapons) will still be. Bulgaria is the same. Not the Bulgarians will earn. T, so someone else. But it will still be. Especially if it is not direct government supplies ....


        Sibiryachka sorry, but I do not agree with you. Russia sells weapons to official Azerbaijan and officers. Armenia, and Bulgaria illegal armed gangs, thugs who cut their heads in front of a camera, chopping off the heads of children who carry out terrorist attacks in Europe. They sell weapons to people who drove Syria into the Middle Ages.
        1. alex-cn
          alex-cn 4 January 2017 11: 17
          +1
          Most likely the weapons were sold (officially) to the Saudis or to someone else from this company ... and they wouldn’t be touched, at least for now ....
        2. svp67
          svp67 4 January 2017 12: 30
          0
          Quote: Ihrek
          and Bulgaria to illegal armed gangs,

          This is still to be proved. All military samples have at least a mark on the factory manufacturers and the date of its manufacture, not to mention that some also have identification numbers. Accordingly, you can see who and where sent these samples and on what basis.
          In general, in the world, and in particular in Europe, there has always been a "gray" arms market and countries that profit from it. At one time, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia and Romania were deeply guilty of this ... Well, now Bulgaria. And we are generally silent about Ukraine. They interestingly found the "missing" tanks from the ship in the Black Sea? I would like to compare the numbers of the loss with those that glow in the Middle East ...
        3. alatanas
          alatanas 5 January 2017 01: 01
          +2
          The sale was, according to my information, to Qatar and Saudi Arabia. By the way, as if Russian weapons always shoot only from the "right" side. It is true that the ammunition is of Bulgarian origin and it is commendable that a Bulgarian journalist published it. The rest is political verbiage. "Brothers-non-Brothers", "Thanksgiving-Ungrateful". Monuments to the Russian soldiers and officers who perished in the war of 1878 stand, a monument to Alyosha in Plovdiv also stands. Bulgaria fought against the Russians in 1916 and 1917 in the Bulgarian territories according to the Treaty of San Stefano in 1878, signed between the Ottoman and Russian empires. Throughout II World Bulgaria was in the diploma. relations with the USSR until September 7, 1944, when the USSR declared war on Bulgaria.
          Gorbachev betrayed everyone when the CMEA collapsed, the Warsaw Pact, and then the USSR
          That's the whole story.
          1. Nyrobsky
            Nyrobsky 5 January 2017 12: 26
            0
            Quote: alatanas
            Gorbachev betrayed everyone when the CMEA collapsed, the Warsaw Pact, and then the USSR
            That's the whole story.

            You can’t argue, it is +
          2. murriou
            murriou 6 January 2017 05: 35
            0
            1. The Bulgarians had good reasons for choosing a side in WWI.

            Since then, it has not been accepted to know about the Balkan wars in our country since at this time, tsarist Russia behaved strangely and shamefully, pretending that it did not concern us.
            As a result, the tsarist foreign policy in the Balkans suffered another shameful defeat and huge losses of Russian influence there.

            2. In WWII, Bulgaria mainly fought with Romania and Serbia, they had few military operations against the Russian army and navy, and those usually were not on the Bulgarian initiative.
      5. murriou
        murriou 6 January 2017 05: 25
        0
        Our businessmen, with the full approval of our government, supply strategically important goods: oil products, gas, coal, engines and spare parts for military equipment, etc. even to "friends and partners" from vnau Ukraine.

        For them there is nothing sacred except money.
    2. 33 Watcher
      33 Watcher 4 January 2017 12: 50
      +1
      Quote: STARPER
      In the course of the action, during this massacre in the Middle East ... All the military depots of the former USSR and CMEA devastated selling to hell! (in Ukraine, for sure, everything is empty for a long time ..)))

      In Ukraine, the Bulgarians also noted, along with the Czechs. But there, apparently, problems arose with the solvency of the client, bearded people finance better than Svidomo. laughing And the "brothers" are where they pay better. laughing
  3. volodya
    volodya 4 January 2017 10: 11
    0
    So much for the little brothers!
    1. Dezinto
      Dezinto 4 January 2017 10: 16
      +2
      bros


      Yes, everything is already. You need to forget this word in principle! Bury it and not remember! "brothers" yeah of course ....
      1. Ihrek
        Ihrek 4 January 2017 10: 31
        +6
        So far, Russia will forgive such as Ukrainians of Bandera origin, Bulgarians and the like sh.k.u.r. and they will betray and spit on Russia. Just think - when celebrating (in March 2016) the liberation of Bulgaria from the Ottoman yoke (which lasted 500 years), the President of Turkey was invited to the holiday and the President of Russia (the country that liberated them from the same Turks) was not invited. They justified their decision by the fact that more Bulgarian soldiers died than Russians in that war. It’s just insanity, the brain refuses to perceive it.
        1. Bagatur
          Bagatur 4 January 2017 10: 44
          0
          This is a lie to the Turkish president on March 3, only in Russia someone else believes! No one Erdogan did not invite and did not intend to do this ... But Putin, please and the Russian president, should we have every year? Ask Peskov, he will explain to you whether this is possible ...
          1. Ihrek
            Ihrek 4 January 2017 10: 54
            +7
            "In connection with the celebration of the Day of the Liberation of Bulgaria from the Ottoman yoke, solemn events are held throughout the country. The official authorities of the state decided to invite foreign guests to them. At the same time, there was no place for the Russian leadership in the list of invitees. Instead, according to The Bulgarian Times, to the celebrations (drum roll ...) Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was invited. "



            This is a quote from VO dated 3.03.2016/XNUMX/XNUMX. And I hope that you respect the publications of VO. And unfortunately I have no respect for Bulgaria.
          2. 33 Watcher
            33 Watcher 4 January 2017 13: 05
            +1
            Quote: bagatura
            It's a lie

            Yah? So what was Putin in Sofia on March 2016rd, XNUMX?
            And here is an excerpt from the description of the events of February 2016: "The fact is that a week earlier a commission was created in the Bulgarian parliament to check allegations of interference in the internal affairs of Bulgaria by Russia and Turkey. Former leader of the DPS Lutvi Mestan (who supported with of the parliamentary tribune of the actions of the Turkish Air Force, which shot down a Russian plane) was hiding in the Turkish embassy, ​​at the Ambassador Suleiman Gokce.
            Well, what do you say to that, "brothers"? laughing
  4. midshipman
    midshipman 4 January 2017 10: 13
    +7
    Dear readers of "VO", remember the speech of the President of this country before the New Year. Of course they supply ammunition. After the collapse of the labeled and drunken USSR, these countries had nothing sacred. I recall with grudge my efforts to create industry and the Armed Forces in this country. I have the honor.
  5. Dezinto
    Dezinto 4 January 2017 10: 14
    0
    Is anyone surprised? How many more countries are there trading? A rhetorical question ...... In order to contain such a pack of abreks, supplies are of course needed. And who else but the post-Soviet countries have warehouses full of.
  6. prior
    prior 4 January 2017 10: 18
    +5
    It's too late to investigate, brothers.

    Syrian blood is upon you!
    1. OLD FART
      OLD FART 4 January 2017 10: 23
      +3
      Quote: prior
      It's too late to investigate, brothers.
      Syrian blood is upon you!

      Then we will arrange a debriefing ... (not yet to them ..) ...
      1. Bagatur
        Bagatur 4 January 2017 10: 46
        +1
        And what about the Russian Aerospace Forces? New-year opencards and mothers throw? There are 100 million pikes of AK 47 in the world, and so ... should Russia reject every person with AK?
        1. OLD FART
          OLD FART 4 January 2017 13: 12
          0
          Quote: bagatura
          Russia should distract everyone from AK to hands?

          Of course not... laughing It’s hard for you to feel, but think correctly .. drinks
          1. 1536
            1536 5 January 2017 00: 38
            +1
            Why think and write? Our AKs from our factories are not sold to terrorists. You can be sure of this for all 100%. These machines are made without any license in the same Bulgaria, Poland, Ukraine. So, an unsuccessful comparison.
        2. Nyrobsky
          Nyrobsky 4 January 2017 22: 08
          +1
          You see, Bogatur, of course, Russia does not supply Russian dolls and teddy bears, but it supplies a very specific weapon. BUT! If Russia supplies something, then in accordance with officially signed contracts and only to a legitimate government. But how and on what basis does NATO arm bearded bandits? The fact that a huge number of AK-47 dangles in the world, so they are sir, were cloned in a number of countries, without any patent. Ukraine sold 615 thousand trunks, and the countries of the former Warsaw Pact did not stand aside, including Bulgaria. Given the fact that today the gender of Africa and the Middle East is fighting, it is not difficult to guess where these trunks went. Are your warriors already switched to the NATO cartridge, or are they still armed with Kalash?
        3. alatanas
          alatanas 5 January 2017 01: 13
          0
          Justify si russia, no matter what!
          How many AK-47s of any production in the Middle East (Chinese, Yugoslav, Hungarian, Russian, Bulgarian, etc.) have anyone counted?
          1. Nyrobsky
            Nyrobsky 5 January 2017 12: 36
            0
            Quote: alatanas
            Justify si russia, no matter what!

            I wrote that Russia is also supplying weapons. Officially, under contracts, to the official government of Syria. Russia does not arm bandits. They are supplied according to the gray schemes of the United States and those under their influence. I admit that Bulgaria did not bring weapons with its sides directly to the "bearded", but delivered these weapons to Saudi Arabia or Qatar, from where they were redirected to the terrorists. But it's a long way to go. The shortest route is to transfer to Turkey, from where it entered Syria across the border. it was found just in Aleppo, which is in the zone of Turkish interests.
  7. RUSIVAN
    RUSIVAN 4 January 2017 10: 29
    +1
    In Bulgaria, began checking information on the supply of weapons to jihadists
    Personally, my opinion is that the Bulgarians are so far so that they are paying off terrorist attacks on their territory, which could happen if they stop supplying weapons to the BABAISH ...
  8. bespalikoff
    bespalikoff 4 January 2017 10: 48
    0
    Weapons are always money - nothing personal
    1. Ihrek
      Ihrek 4 January 2017 11: 23
      0
      Quote: bespalikoff
      Weapons are always money - nothing personal


      Let me trade myself then, because the money fool
    2. APASUS
      APASUS 4 January 2017 12: 06
      0
      Quote: bespalikoff
      Weapons are always money - nothing personal

      That's for sure, that's why the Americans are supplying ISIS and the Iraqi army.
      They just make money, but the whole world is vying for democracy, human rights, humanism.
  9. biserino
    biserino 4 January 2017 10: 57
    +1
    Quote: volodya
    So much for the little brothers!

    Only the Russians are "brother-in-law" with us. Since the time when the USSR threw us, we have already been "partners", and have been "partners" for us too.
    Все.
    1. poma
      poma 4 January 2017 11: 07
      +5
      All "partner" let's goodbye. Go suck amerovskuyu pussy if you don’t like a Russian tit.
    2. Navy7981
      Navy7981 4 January 2017 11: 26
      +11
      No guys! It’s just that Russia fell into a difficult and probably not difficult situation for her and her people, and when you saw that Russia weakened, you immediately ran to look for a strong patron! Do not forget to spit in the back.
      After the Russian - Turkish war, they danced, waved their hands and .... enlisted with England, the 1st World War you are against Russia, the 2nd World War you are against Russia, they tried to sell Russia and you are already loyal NATO adherents fighting the Russian "aggression" ... So how much does betrayal cost? And what has become better?
    3. Ihrek
      Ihrek 4 January 2017 12: 09
      +4
      Quote: biserino
      Quote: volodya
      So much for the little brothers!

      Only the Russians are "brother-in-law" with us. Since the time when the USSR threw us, we have already been "partners", and have been "partners" for us too.
      Все.

      When you don’t need it, we are just partners, when you cannot do without us, we are our little brother for you. And who is the 15000 Russian soldiers who died for you? If not for them, you would not have any partnership at all.
    4. Ihrek
      Ihrek 4 January 2017 15: 02
      +1
      Quote: biserino
      Quote: volodya
      So much for the little brothers!

      Only the Russians are "brother-in-law" with us. Since the time when the USSR threw us, we have already been "partners", and have been "partners" for us too.
      Все.


      And what did you do for Russia when it was in trouble. If you want to open my eyes, you betrayed her, spat on her back when she fell. Or do you think help is one-way. The USSR helped you, supported everything after the war (turning a blind eye to your alliance with Hitler), revived your economy. And how Russia got into trouble you once again betrayed it. When Russia helped you - this is friendship, and when Russia needed help - is this partnership? Although help from you as a dead poultice. Well, what good are you with the new owner now? He does not need you for 100 years, he is with you only for personal gain. He does not care about your problems and the entire Bulgarian people. Soon your new owner will bend, come to us again?
    5. ydjin
      ydjin 4 January 2017 15: 12
      +2
      Quote: biserino
      Quote: volodya
      So much for the little brothers!

      Only the Russians are "brother-in-law" with us. Since the time when the USSR threw us, we have already been "partners", and have been "partners" for us too.
      Все.

      No, it’s just that when a Russian soldier shed his blood in order to free you from the Ottoman yoke, you’ve forgot a new generation of Bulgarians. I hope not everyone in Bulgaria is such an ancestor who has forgotten the memory. And ingratitude is one of the worst sins. But we, in contrast to some of you who are scotched, remember history and respect our past! I have the honor!
    6. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 4 January 2017 22: 28
      +1
      Quote: biserino
      Quote: volodya
      So much for the little brothers!

      Only the Russians are "brother-in-law" with us. Since the time when the USSR threw us, we have already been "partners", and have been "partners" for us too.
      Все.

      Well, compare Bulgaria and Serbia. The Serbs suffered a hundred times worse than the Bulgarians after the fall of the USSR, but they do not throw stones at Russia.
    7. Warrior Hamilton
      Warrior Hamilton 5 January 2017 01: 07
      0
      They themselves have never done anything on their own ...... "The USSR threw you" ...... what can you do besides this?
      Sucked by the Turks, by Europe, by Hitler, by the Union, now again by the Turks, by Europe, by the States, squint and have fun, bullshit
    8. Karayakupovo
      Karayakupovo 5 January 2017 18: 33
      0
      During the Soviet era, we helped all the "brothers" and other countries. He himself walked along the Danube, also to Burgas and Varna. And now the freebie is over, and then everyone yelled that the USSR (read Russia) "threw" you.
  10. biserino
    biserino 4 January 2017 11: 38
    +2
    Quote: Navy7981

    After the Russo-Turkish war, they danced, waved their hands and .... enlisted with England


    After the Russo - Turkish war, after a few months the Russians threw us into the first and left, as the main goal did not work out - to take control of the Bosphorus and Dardanelite. Turkish troops reoccupied 2/3 of the "liberated" territories and began massacres, thanks to the Berlin Treaty, signed by Germany, England and Russia. Read history, not propaganda.
    1. Navy7981
      Navy7981 4 January 2017 12: 29
      +3
      In 1875 there was a Bulgarian uprising and in Russia there was a mass movement for immediate assistance, this is an emotional reason and a political reason (well, or one of the reasons) for Russia's entry into the war - a serious defeat of Serbia in particular and the Balkans in general, and one of the results was the conclusion by the Angles treaties with Turkey on the protection of their (Turkish) interests from Russia. Do you really think that we only watch TV? This is not exactly the platform where you need to make deep historical excursions, we are talking about feelings and some results.
      And in the events of that war, just as now there was a fact of geopolitics and it remains a fact of geopolitics and it was not necessary to rush between the forces, but to accept one point of view
    2. ydjin
      ydjin 4 January 2017 15: 25
      +3
      Quote: biserino
      Quote: Navy7981

      After the Russo-Turkish war, they danced, waved their hands and .... enlisted with England


      After the Russo - Turkish war, after a few months the Russians threw us into the first and left, as the main goal did not work out - to take control of the Bosphorus and Dardanelite. Turkish troops reoccupied 2/3 of the "liberated" territories and began massacres, thanks to the Berlin Treaty, signed by Germany, England and Russia. Read history, not propaganda.

      Do you know that Russia was alone at that moment against all, and temporarily retreated? The factor of the existence of Russia was your survival as a nation; you, by your existence now, are now traitors to your existence as a nation for the sake of those who destroyed you!
  11. BARKHAN
    BARKHAN 4 January 2017 11: 51
    +1
    Unlike accusations of hacker attacks in Russia, here is just the facts. Which can be touched and even piled on the table to the judge.
    And what do our people say about this?
  12. Andryukha G
    Andryukha G 4 January 2017 12: 09
    0
    Quote: Siberian
    I don't want to make a mess, but! The Russian Federation is arming Armenia and Azerbaijan. The explanation of our politicians: all the same, weapons will appear, not us (we will make money on this), so there is someone to put on and it (weapons) will still be. Bulgaria is the same. Not the Bulgarians will earn. T, so someone else. But it will still be. Especially if it is not direct government supplies ....

    Only ISIS cuts heads and burns soldiers on camera.
    1. glasha3032
      glasha3032 5 January 2017 02: 32
      0
      Do Armenians and Azerbaijanis give prisoners and civilians flowers? Heads are cut no worse than ISIS, examples have already been ....
  13. PValery53
    PValery53 4 January 2017 12: 16
    0
    Quote: bouncyhunter
    is there a place in the world where "big politics" is not synonymous with shit? ...

    - Aphoristic reasoning, Citizen !. +
  14. pytar
    pytar 4 January 2017 13: 40
    +3
    Do you really think that Bulgaria is so stupid as to sell weapons to terrorists without having its own army, and hopes that no one will know and become rich? This is a vile "setup", the goal of representing Bulgaria in the eyes of Russia and the world as a bait.
    http://news-front.info/2016/12/31/ploxie-druzya-k
    ak-ssha-postavlyayut-bolgarskoe-oruzhie-v-siriyu /
    1. Zaurbek
      Zaurbek 4 January 2017 16: 21
      +3
      And who supplied weapons to Ukraine? Also the error came out?
    2. Incvizitor
      Incvizitor 5 January 2017 01: 29
      0
      At the moment, the Bulgarian authorities are not interested in not Bulgaria, not her army; here the goal of one monkey is under ... to assist.
  15. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 4 January 2017 14: 08
    0
    “At the moment, there is no violation,” the representative of the prosecutor’s office commented.
    And it will not. Supply through NATO channels got to Turkey, and then to Aleppo. Everything "honestly" and you will not dig in.
  16. Zomanus
    Zomanus 4 January 2017 14: 25
    +1
    Yes, apparently the audit began to collect bribes from representatives of the supplier company.
    Now they will agree on the price and close the audit.
    1. ydjin
      ydjin 4 January 2017 15: 31
      +1
      Brothers, they are such brothers that not all of us are brothers ...
  17. Bath
    Bath 4 January 2017 15: 11
    0
    Quote: bagatura
    And what about the Russian Aerospace Forces? New-year opencards and mothers throw? There are 100 million pikes of AK 47 in the world, and so ... should Russia reject every person with AK?

    As usual, dumped baskets of bread and food to the working people of Syria)))) on the head
    1. Ihrek
      Ihrek 4 January 2017 17: 00
      0
      Quote: Bath
      Quote: bagatura
      And what about the Russian Aerospace Forces? New-year opencards and mothers throw? There are 100 million pikes of AK 47 in the world, and so ... should Russia reject every person with AK?

      As usual, dumped baskets of bread and food to the working people of Syria)))) on the head


      Such as your country and supplies them to bandits. Russia only supplies all legitimate power, if anything.
  18. PValery53
    PValery53 4 January 2017 15: 14
    0
    Somehow it "became a tradition": we are our sacrifices to them for their sake, they are mean to us, regular and "big tits" (systematically). It’s time to learn a lesson.
  19. Koshak
    Koshak 4 January 2017 15: 42
    0
    Is it worth the hell to check if there is a blank-pointer of the State Department Putin, Russia, or Alfa-Centauri are to blame.
  20. pts-m
    pts-m 4 January 2017 15: 53
    0
    Yes barmalei, they kept cigarettes in these boxes, but why didn’t they disappear? After all, they found the barmalels, which can’t be said about the Bulgarians, handing out “boxes” to the right and left.
  21. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 4 January 2017 16: 21
    +2
    Brothers, that would love you need to sometimes beat ..
  22. Vitalson
    Vitalson 4 January 2017 17: 25
    0
    Nothing personal just business.
  23. bsk_una
    bsk_una 4 January 2017 20: 24
    0
    But where is Bulgaria to blame - Russia is to blame. What is incomprehensible here? Mongrels like the president are not capable of the truth
  24. doubovitski
    doubovitski 4 January 2017 21: 22
    +2
    Quote: 210ox
    The most interesting thing is that they do not perceive the Russians as a nation who liberated them from the Ottoman yoke .. They perceive the liberator only as a specific General-Skobelev, but not the Russian people. Moreover, they often accuse us of betrayal in the late 80s .. Although this in fact, it was. However, our elite then first of all betrayed its people ..
    Quote: Ihrek
    Because they knew that the song was sung by their ally Hitler, otherwise they would have supported it, without any remorse or honor, you can be sure. These are the fellow believers - "brothers".
    Quote: 210ox
    The only thing they didn’t think of was to provide resistance to our troops in 1944 .. But they could, it was Hitler’s allies ..

    It's strange. USSR, then Russia has always fed its "brothers" with its body, taking away from its citizens what little it had. The showcase of socialism was expensive. Sponsoring the socialist countries has resulted in the destruction of their tobacco industry, if we talk about Bulgaria, the destruction of their sugar industry, if we talk about Cuba. The Czechoslovakians took offense at us for the fact that we destroyed their shoe industry, sweeping out EVERYTHING, no matter what they put together. Thus, we have taught them how to work. And the quality of once good shoes has slipped to nowhere. Do you propose, dying from the collapse of your own country, to keep your "brothers" all over the world above yourself, and drown yourself in the shit of the fragments of socialism?
  25. doubovitski
    doubovitski 4 January 2017 21: 26
    +1
    Quote: pytar

    Д

    And who prevents to take part in the investigation and prove the opposite, if possible ...
  26. doubovitski
    doubovitski 4 January 2017 21: 28
    +2
    Quote: pytar
    Do you really think that Bulgaria is so stupid as to sell weapons to terrorists without having its own army, and hopes that no one will know and become rich? This is a vile "setup", the goal of representing Bulgaria in the eyes of Russia and the world as a bait.
    http://news-front.info/2016/12/31/ploxie-druzya-k
    ak-ssha-postavlyayut-bolgarskoe-oruzhie-v-siriyu /

    Bulgaria is absolutely stupid and dependent on the United States. In the name of which they abandoned the South Stream, the construction of a nuclear power plant? Having paid decent money, about a billion, for the cancellation of the contract?
    This is what idioty do.
  27. doubovitski
    doubovitski 4 January 2017 21: 36
    +2
    Quote: Siberian
    I don't want to make a mess, but! The Russian Federation is arming Armenia and Azerbaijan. The explanation of our politicians: all the same, weapons will appear, not us (we will make money on this), so there is someone to put on and it (weapons) will still be. Bulgaria is the same. Not the Bulgarians will earn. T, so someone else. But it will still be. Especially if it is not direct government supplies ....

    Russia supplies weapons to unfriendly parties to each other. In this way, she holds both sides near the negotiating table, influencing both sides. But both sides are still far from the bandits who cut off the heads of prisoners. The legitimate governments of Armenia and Azerbaijan are not ISIS, and, in the end, are former republics of the USSR, the assignee of which is Russia. To release one side or another is to lose the opportunity to conduct a peacekeeping mission in the region.

    You need to think, dear, before writing such nonsense.
  28. doubovitski
    doubovitski 4 January 2017 21: 41
    +2
    Quote: svp67
    Quote: 210ox
    The only thing they did not think of was to provide resistance to our troops in 1944 ..

    No, not the only one.
    Tsar Boris tried to maintain neutrality to the last, he never declared war on the USSR (only the USA and Great Britain declared war). The Soviet embassy functioned in the country, which is rather strange, considering that Bulgaria was an ally of the Third Reich.

    You are deeply mistaken. Bulgarians drowned 2 of our submarines. They fought with Yugoslavia, our ally in the Second World War, liberating the German units there and giving the opportunity to fight on the Eastern Front. In the end, it doesn’t matter who the Bulgarians-Russians or Serbs killed.
  29. doubovitski
    doubovitski 4 January 2017 21: 48
    +3
    Quote: bagatura
    Yes, Hitler's allies .. Just like in 1939, together with Hitler, a pact was signed-Poland was divided, the Baltic states were seized .. Pardon was "liberated", they also wanted to liberate Finland, but she did not want this "happiness" and we know what happened ...

    The USSR signed the Non-Aggression Pact LAST, after France, England. They signed similar papers in 1938. The Munich Agreement of 1938 (usually conspiracy of Munich in Soviet historiography) is an agreement drawn up in Munich on September 29, 1938 and signed on September 30 of that year by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, French Prime Minister Edouard Daladier, German Chancellor Adolf Hitler and Prime Minister Minister of Italy Benito Mussolini. The agreement concerned the transfer by Czechoslovakia of Germany to the Sudetenland.
    Then Daladier said, “I brought you peace.” Abandoned by potential allies in the impending war with Hitler, the USSR was forced to do the same. Having pushed the borders away from Moscow, it made it possible to slow down the advance of the Nazis inland.
    And you, cyka, after all that you taught at school can you say that? TBAP you are utter after that.
    1. alexhol
      alexhol 4 January 2017 22: 11
      0
      Yes, the USSR pushed the border west. and for some reason my grandfather - to the east, to the Perm region. We Brest is famous not only for defense in the 41st, but also for a joint parade in the 39th. Well, at school, you probably haven’t done that.
    2. alatanas
      alatanas 5 January 2017 01: 19
      0
      Not Daladier, but Chamberlain!
  30. biserino
    biserino 4 January 2017 22: 55
    +1
    Quote: doubovitski
    TBAP you are utter after that.
    doubovitski, you definitely TBAP are utter. My grandfather fought against the Germans from the autumn of 1944 until the 9th of May, the 45th to the territory that beat Yugoslavia and drove them to Hungary. Is there a medal, do you want a photo? ... Forgive me if you bukh now- I understand.
    1. Operator
      Operator 5 January 2017 01: 02
      0
      Bulgarians kicked the Red Army into the fight with kicks.
  31. commbatant
    commbatant 4 January 2017 23: 44
    0
    A manufactured weapon in Bulgaria does not mean it is delivered, just like small children have the right ...
    "Orphans" were framed, and you believed ...
  32. 1536
    1536 5 January 2017 00: 34
    0
    Scoundrels! What to say about these Bulgarians? It is better to try to destroy their industry altogether, so that it would be inconvenient to ruin people.
    1. alatanas
      alatanas 5 January 2017 01: 27
      0
      Dear friend, you are very late! I regret to inform you that everything has long been destroyed!
      After "Uncle Bori" you still have something left, but here (we are a small state) everything has long since drifted away - somewhere far away ... to the West.
      1. commbatant
        commbatant 5 January 2017 12: 39
        0
        which does not prevent the Bulgarian military company Arsenal from producing Kalashnikov assault rifles without a license agreement with the copyright holder ....
        so in vain weep ghouls, the time will come you will produce weapons for the Turkish army at Turkish factories located in Bulgaria ....
      2. Nyrobsky
        Nyrobsky 5 January 2017 12: 47
        0
        Quote: alatanas
        Dear friend, you are very late! I regret to inform you that everything has long been destroyed!
        After "Uncle Bori" you still have something left, but here (we are a small state) everything has long since drifted away - somewhere far away ... to the West.

        Come on, everything will work out. There have always been graters between peoples, it is just that the peoples did not always draw the correct conclusions and forget that it is better "a tit in the hands than a pie in the sky." They stepped into the EU and NATO in the hope of getting a fur coat, but lost their last shirt. It’s probably time to leave these structures and establish life in our country. There is a beginning - your new president does not seem to suffer from Russophobia and is able to understand that Russia is close by, and the United States is overseas.
  33. Niccola Mack
    Niccola Mack 5 January 2017 06: 49
    0
    Nothing personal just business!
    At one time we helped mainly for the idea, but our "allies" under the Warsaw Pact immediately put this business on a commercial track - Czechs, Romanians, Bulgarians.
    And we gave them the licenses with might and main - almost for that.

    So now wonder?
  34. doubovitski
    doubovitski 6 January 2017 01: 06
    +1
    Quote: biserino
    Quote: volodya
    So much for the little brothers!

    Only the Russians are "brother-in-law" with us. Since the time when the USSR threw us, we have already been "partners", and have been "partners" for us too.
    Все.

    We are no longer fraternizing. You, the recruited bitches, were nurtured, made by all kinds of Plovdivs and Kozloduy, we stole our production of tobacco products and vegetables in the name of providing you with work. Do not quit. Themselves nearly died. You rolled it off and began to demand payment in dollars. And we didn’t have them for such garbage as tomatoes. Rubles have become not tasty to you. So, come on, the EU will teach you the freedom to love. The Greeks won 780 euros for cutting down their olive trees. And re-cut. You go their way. And good riddance.
  35. doubovitski
    doubovitski 6 January 2017 01: 36
    +1
    Quote: alexhol
    Yes, the USSR pushed the border west. and for some reason my grandfather - to the east, to the Perm region. We Brest is famous not only for defense in the 41st, but also for a joint parade in the 39th. Well, at school, you probably haven’t done that.

    From what. There was a parade. There were demarcations of the border. There were deportations to Siberia. The Far East of Ukrainians, and other unreliable citizens, according to special agencies. There were repressions. There was famine after the Civil War, in which many innocent people died. And now, on this basis, to justify the current relationship? Was it BEFORE Alyosha began to paint and paint anything on it, we recalled Bulgarian antics in all world wars? They were looking for who is better off dumping loot? Found it. Rejoice.
    1. commbatant
      commbatant 6 January 2017 04: 39
      0
      [quote = doubovitski] [quote = alexhol] did we recall Bulgarian antics in all world wars? They were looking for who is better off dumping loot? Found it. Rejoice. [/ Quote]

      Why, by the way, do not remember that the Bulgarians in two world wars were against us, and now in NATO?
  36. doubovitski
    doubovitski 6 January 2017 01: 42
    +1
    Quote: biserino
    Quote: doubovitski
    TBAP you are utter after that.
    doubovitski, you definitely TBAP are utter. My grandfather fought against the Germans from the autumn of 1944 until the 9th of May, the 45th to the territory that beat Yugoslavia and drove them to Hungary. Is there a medal, do you want a photo? ... Forgive me if you bukh now- I understand.

    Eternal memory to your grandfather. I am not talking about him, but about those who fought against Tito. There were much more than the partisans who fought against the Germans.
    My uncles died all in the war. Three. I remember them. My father-in-law fought from the winter of 1941 near Moscow until May 1945 in Königsberg, then until August 1945 in China. Do you remember those who gave you freedom, many times? No, it seems. This is your choice. You and live with him.
    1. Parsec
      Parsec 6 January 2017 01: 54
      0
      Quote: doubovitski
      There was a parade.

      There was NOT a parade, the issue was studied and covered, incl. and in.
      Quote: doubovitski
      Eternal memory to your grandfather.

      It would be a matter for my grandfather to see before eternal memory.
  37. doubovitski
    doubovitski 6 January 2017 19: 21
    +1
    [quote = commbatant] [quote = doubovitski] [quote = alexh
    ol] did we recall Bulgarian antics in all world wars? They were looking for who is better off dumping loot? Found it. Rejoice. [/ Quote]

    Why, by the way, do not remember that the Bulgarians in two world wars were against us, and now in NATO? [/ Quote]
    YOU FORGET ANOTHER second Balkan war in which the Bulgarians fought against the allies of Russia.