Bulgaria gave back to Greece 200 thousand anti-infantry mines because the incident

 Bulgaria gave back eventually to Greece nearly 200,000 counter-infantry mines off the Gorni Llom village factory, where on October 1, 2014, 15 people were killed in an incident, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bulgary.

The Ammunition had to be destroyed, but after the tragic incident the plant was shut down and its work license was taken away. 

For this reason the anti-infantry mines had to be returned to their owner - the Armed Forces of the Republic of Greece. 

Anti-infantry mines were transported by specialized technicians for a period of 8 weeks. 
Bulgaria gave back to Greece 200 thousand anti-infantry mines because the incident Bulgaria gave back to Greece 200 thousand anti-infantry mines because the incident Wednesday, November 21, 2018 Rating: 5
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