Chemical, biologycal, radiologycal and nuclear threats in the hybrid war context

  • 1 Land Forces Faculty - “Vasil Lewski” NMU – V. Tarnovo, Republic of Bulgaria


The report examines the security environment in recent years in both NATO and the Republic of Bulgaria, the challenges they face as a result of international terrorism and, in general, from hybrid threats. The natures of the hybrid threats and the guidelines for limiting and overcoming them have been examined.



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