There will be “catastrophic consequences” for Bulgaria’s armed forces if they are not weaned soon from reliance on old Russian military equipment and repairs, caretaker Defence Minister Velizar Shalamanov has […]
Turkish officials said they cannot be expected to conduct a ground operation against Islamic State militants in Syria on their own. Foreign Minister M ...
Comments by the deputy prime minister of Russia, Dmitry Rogozin, on the Bulgarian government’s intentions to replace outdated Russian military a ...
The advance of militant Islamic State fighters in Syria to within a few kilometers of the Turkish border is raising concerns the group might attack in ...
Poland launched on September 24 2014 the largest ever exercise of the Polish Armed Forces, “Anaconda”, involving 12 500 soldiers, including 750 from NATO members, in response to security concerns over […]
NATO’s top military commander says he is hopeful the new agreement to create a buffer zone between Ukrainian government troops and pro-Russian separatists will calm the conflict. However, U.S. Air […]
Two NATO warships, Canada’s HMCS Toronto and Spain’s ESPS Almirante Juan de Borbón, are visiting Varna after taking part in exercises with Bulgarian and Romanian vessels in the Black Sea, […]
NATO says around 1,000 Russian troops remain inside Ukraine – a day after Ukraine’s president reported that most of the Russian forces assisting separatists there had returned home. President Petro […]
NATO leaders have approved sending military equipment to Eastern Europe as a potential deterrent to further aggressive moves by Russia, and they also agreed to establish a rapid-reaction force of […]
Ukraine was high on the agenda when the NATO summit started in Wales on September 4, with leaders of the 28-nation alliance looking for ways to bolster Ukraine and punish […]