Bulgaria's Radev describes the U.S-led airstrikes' effect on Syria as 'negligible'

Bulgaria's Radev describes the U.S-led airstrikes' effect on Syria as 'negligible'

Bulgarian head of state President Roumen Radev has expressed a critical view of the US-led air strike on Syria on April 14, saying that the military effect was negligible, the financial effect half a billion dollars and the political effect mainly a domestic one to the countries that took part.

Radev, speaking on April 16, said that the main effect of the strike was against the United Nations, an organisation that was increasingly overlooked.

He said that politicians were increasingly tempted to use aircraft, ship and other equipment to serve their political ambitions, but they had to keep in mind that such equipment was run by people “with their moods and fears” and only one mistake “and we are on the verge of a direct clash”.... / ΙΒΝΑ

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