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The Bulgarian parliament has adopted a resolution that allows the government to provide the necessary military and technical support to war-torn Ukraine.

Parliament also approved a plan that includes repairs to Ukraine’s heavy military equipment.

However, proposals to send direct military aid to the country concerned did not win enough votes, Reuters reported.

NATO member Bulgaria is one of the few EU countries that does not send defense equipment to Ukraine, as the latter continues to fight Russian aggression.

She condemned the conflict and took in more than 90,000 Ukrainian refugees.

In a separate event, Ukraine’s Ukrainian neighbor and Russian ally launched large-scale military exercises. The exercise will check the combat readiness of the forces.

Belarus’s defense ministry says the exercise is not intended to threaten neighbors or the European community.

“It is planned that [combat readiness] the test will involve the movement of a significant number of military vehicles, which could slow down traffic on public roads, “the ministry said. Reuters as they say.

The ongoing conflict in Ukraine is already 71st day.

Russia has said it will consider NATO transport of weapons to Ukraine as a military target.

Since the beginning of the invasion, Ukraine has received weapons from several NATO members.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson recently announced that the government will send a new package of military aid of £ 300 million ($ 376 million) to Ukraine. The package will include night vision devices, electronic warfare equipment and a radar anti-battery system.

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