Source Pravda.Ru

Bulgarian troops leave Iraq by 2005

Bulgarian soldiers will leave Iraq next year, according to the country's foreign minister.

Bulgarian troops will stay in Iraq as long as the Iraqi government welcomes them but no later than 2005, Foreign Minister Passy told local Darik Radio.

He described the resolution for Iraq as having a historic importance for the development of the country.

The resolution offsets all nervous reactions in Bulgaria over the last several months, according to Passy.

A nearly 500-strong Bulgarian stabilization force patrols Iraq's second holiest Shiite city of Karbala, 80 kilometers (50 miles) south of Baghdad, as part of a multinational force under Polish command.

Comments
Russian poultry stuffed with antibiotics and dangerous bacteria
Americans declassify plans to drop 466 nuclear bombs on USSR
Russia's new torpedo carrying 100-megaton nuclear warhead nullifies USA's Prompt Global Strike
Russia's and China's gold may end global domination of US dollar
Unveiled: Secret Pentagon UFO program. From science fiction to science fact
Russian poultry stuffed with antibiotics and dangerous bacteria
Russia eyes opportunity to restore all Soviet bases that had to be abandoned after 1991
Call girl dies of asphyxia in bizarre sexual encounter
Call girl dies of asphyxia in bizarre sexual encounter
Call girl dies of asphyxia in bizarre sexual encounter
German experts name Russia's most dangerous weapon
Russia to impose sanctions on WADA for Winter Olympics 2018
Russian Guard to see enemies behind walls
What will happen if USA freezes Russian dollar assets?
Ukraine suspicious about Russia's intention to give away rusty ships to Kiev
Russian Armed Forces to receive second-to-none gliding bomb
Euro-Islam: New religion to break migrants in EU
Euro-Islam: New religion to break migrants in EU
Euro-Islam: New religion to break migrants in EU
Euro-Islam: New religion to break migrants in EU
Turkey distances itself from Russia to plunge Syria into greater chaos