Bulgarian President Vetoes F-16 Purchase

Credit: Lockheed Martin
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has vetoed national plans to purchase the F-16 Block 70 from the U.S., citing a lack of consensus and the high price for the batch of eight aircraft. Radev, a former fighter pilot himself, said July 23 he had vetoed the decision because “the terms of the contract were...

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