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Bulgarian President Radev: It is IMPOSSIBLE for Ukraine to beat Russia
By Ramon Tomey // May 24, 2024

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev thinks it is impossible for Ukraine to beat Russia.

During a May 18 address, the Bulgarian leader expressed concern about the Russia-Ukraine war's broad repercussions. He indicated that the ongoing conflict, which began in February 2022, has a substantial impact on global politics and elections – including those in Europe and the United States.

"Every day that this war continues is disastrous for Ukraine, Russia and all of us," said Radev. "This inevitably affects all elections. We will choose in this and the next election between war and peace. Every citizen is obliged to understand this."

"It is unacceptable to present the continuation of the war and the impossible victory over Russia as the only possible solution," the Bulgarian president continued. He warned that if the chaos continues, Ukraine will become a "demographically devastated country, with completely destroyed infrastructure, industry [and] production." Such an outcome, Radev added, "will have extremely serious consequences not only for Ukraine but also for the whole of Europe."

"With weapons, without weapons – we are going to a similar outcome. We have to realize that. The difference will be thousands of human casualties and a devastated country – for which [its] recovery we will have to pay, [and] it is inevitable." (Related: Putin reportedly willing to end war with Ukraine, sit down for PEACE TALKS.)

According to Euractiv, Radev is a staunch opponent of sending military to Ukraine. However, Sofia exported large quantities of weapons to Kyiv through intermediaries during his caretaker government from 2021 until 2022. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky himself lauded Bulgaria, alongside the West, for helping Kyiv prevent the war from spilling over during his visit to Sofia in July 2023.

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Radev also comments on the shooting of Slovak PM

The Bulgarian president was asked by a journalist about the recent assassination attempt on Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico. In response, Radev took the opportunity to comment on the development by connecting Fico's shooting to the Russia-Ukraine war.

According to the Bulgarian leader, voices advocating for peace such as Fico should not be greeted with violence. The Slovak leader was known for his pro-Russian position and opposition to Ukrainian arms deliveries, a complete turnaround from that of his predecessors. He has also voiced opposition to the World Health Organization's Pandemic Treaty.

Fico was shot at close range on May 15 in the central Slovak city of Handlova. He had left a government meeting and was greeting a crowd of supporters. The shooter, 71-year-old Juraj Cintula, beckoned the prime minister to greet him – and then shot him five times with his handgun.

The Slovak leader suffered critical injuries as two of the bullets struck him in the abdomen and shoulder. He was rushed to the hospital and later recovered after a five-hour emergency procedure. Bodyguards pounced on Cintula immediately after he shot Fico, with police subsequently detaining the shooter and charges being filed against him.

"The attempted assassination of a European prime minister by a radicalized fanatic, because of his support for peace, is indicative of this ingrained intolerance of dissent and hatred," Radev said.

"Many politicians, parties and media [outlets] have contributed to this with their portrayal of every different voice as pro-Russian, which is extremely unfair and leads to negative consequences."

Head over to UkraineWitness.com for similar stories.

Watch Harrison Smith of "The American Journal" discussing Russia's move to cut gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria in the clip below.

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Media trying to justify assassination attempt on Slovakian PM because he's opposed to sending more aid to Ukraine.

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Slovakia's pro-Russian, anti-WHO PM shot multiple times in attempted assassination… but he luckily survived.

Slovakia's PM reveals NATO, EU states still considering sending troops to Ukraine.

Hungarian official: Pro-war EU wants Ukraine conflict to continue.

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