Romania and Bulgaria are deeply divided over maritime security in the Black Sea; Turkey is not making a clear stand.

Far away from Warsaw NATO’s Summit (8-9 July) and in Bulgaria’s former historical capital, Veliko Tarnovo, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov proposed on Saturday the demilitarization of the Black Sea, “without ships and submarines,” novinite reports.

Borisov’s statement comes as article 23 of the Warsaw Summit Communiqué spoke of strengthening “… maritime posture and comprehensiv...

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