Romania and Bulgaria did not let plane with batch of Bayraktar TB2 drones for Ukraine pass


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Подробнее на:: – Romania and Bulgaria did not let Turkish Bayraktar TB2 drones pass for Ukraine.

The night before, from the Turkish city of Tekirdag, where the production of Bayraktar TB2 strike unmanned aerial vehicles is carried out, another An-124 military transport aircraft arrived in the Polish city of Rzeszow, carrying a new batch of Bayraktar TB2 strike drones. Information on this subject is voiced by the “Telegram” channel “Operational Line”.

According to the data presented, Bulgaria and Romania, in all likelihood, refused to provide the Ukrainian board with their airspace, and therefore the flight was carried out through the airspace of Greece.

“Yesterday (March 25 – ed. note) at night, a heavy Ukrainian transport aircraft An-124 flew from the Turkish airfield Tekirdağ-Çorlu to the main transport hub for transporting the NATO military humanitarian aid to Ukraine – the Polish airfield Rzeszów-Jasionka. The Turkish airfield is known for the fact that Bayraktar TB2 drones were previously delivered to Ukraine from it. It is curious that Bulgaria and Romania did not want to take part in this, without providing permission to fly through their airspace on this side., – said in the message of the “Telegram” channel “Operational Lines”

Apparently, neither Romania nor Bulgaria is willing to provide any assistance to Ukraine anymore after the sharp criticism from the official Kyiv, which greatly complicates the process of supplying weapons to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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  1. This comes as no surprise…that Romania and Bulgaria would not allow this. They are not all that interested in offending the Russians, which they know would, not might, be detrimental to their country. Then there are the migrants, sorry EU…refugees (they’re only refugees if they are from Europe), that they are going to have to deal with for as long as it takes for Ukraine to settle back down. To help the west is not in their best interest and they know it. To prolong this operation is not in their best interests either. The sooner it is over and done, the better they will like it. The sooner the Ukrainians go home, the better for all concerned…except for the US that is.

  2. IS it not a NATO Direct Engagement in the War ! ?? Sending ISISreli Drone Technology, via Rajab Ottoman , to Pound Russian tanks, as well the Elan Mass Starlink Signals …? I think NATO is full engaging , but the don t name the things by name !

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