Volya party asks Bulgarian parl to freeze buy of fighter jets, armoured vehicles

Volya party asks Bulgarian parl to freeze buy of fighter jets, armoured vehicles

Bulgaria's parliament said on Tuesday that Volya party has submitted a motion calling for a temporary freezing of the government's projects for the acquisition of new fighter jets and armoured vehicles.
The populist opposition party led by businessman Veselin Mareshki holds 12 of 240 seats in parliament.
Volya’s proposal envisages a three-year moratorium on arms acquisitions, according to the draft decision published on the parliament’s website.
The moratorium aims to provide an opportunity for the development of a comprehensive policy regarding armament and taking the necessary and adequate measures, instead of making separate payments without a broader concept, Volya says in its motives for the motion accompanying the proposed draft decision.

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