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The Bulgarian delegation will also include the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Nikolay Nladenov, of Regional Development, Lilyana Pavlova, of Social Policy and Labor, Totyu Mladenov, of Defense, Anyu Angelov, of Education, Sergey Ignatov, of Culture, Vezhdi Rashidov, of Agriculture, Miroslav Naydenov, of Transport, Ivaylo Moskovski, of Economy and Energy, Delyan Dobrev and of Sports, Svilen Neykov.
Sending Bulgaria's Druzki frigate to assist the arms embargo against Libya would cost about 750 000 euro a month, Defence Minister Anyu Angelov said.
The US government has not asked Bulgaria's authorities for any aid with respect to a potential military operation in civil war-torn Syria, Bulgarian Defense Minister Anyu Angelov has revealed, referring to the visit of a Bulgarian delegation in Washington, DC, over the week.
Bulgaria's government will withdraw most of the country's rangers in the NATO security mission in Afghanistan with only 160 of them remaining there by the end of 2014, Defense Minister, Anyu Angelov, has confirmed.
The Bulgarian delegation included Bulgaria's Ambassador to the USA Elena Poptodorova, Deputy PM and Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov, Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov, and Defense Minister Anyu Angelov.
The Turkish Minister, however, was met with honors by his Bulgarian counterpart, Anyu Angelov and three companies a from the land force, the air force and the navy.
At the Military Cemetary in Sofia, Bulgarian Ministry of Defense Gen Anyu Angelov and Chief of Staff Gen Simeon Simeonov will take part in a special serivce.
Anyu Angelov, Bulgarian Army Chief of Staff Gen Simeon Simeonov and Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova were also present.
The declaration prompted Defense Minister, Anyu Angelov, to warn them the law bans military protests and servicemen from discussing publically their income as it is part of the national security policy.
Meanwhile, Defense Minister, Anyu Angelov, announced that salaries of service people will go up by 9%, even 10%, with an agreement already reached between Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov and his Deputy, Finance Minister, Simeon Djankov.