Bulgaria sent an aircraft on a humanitarian mission in Libya, said Prime Minister Boyko Borisov from Spain, where he is visiting.
"Tomorrow we are ready to send a large aircraft in Libya. Our Foreign Minister Mladenov told me that everything is to be transported people. Just the situation there is getting worse," he said, quoted by Focus.
Before the same agency earlier in the day Prime Minister said the government sent an aircraft is available on the Bulgarian commissioner Georgieva, "because they should be used to transport food."
Commissioner for International Cooperation, Humanitarian Assistance and Crisis Response Georgieva, whose mission in Libya today is over, said, quoted by AFP, it is increasingly concerned about the situation of refugees in Libyan-Tunisian border and ask the Libyan authorities to grant humanitarian workers in Libya.
Yesterday it emerged that the European Union will allocate 30 million euros in aid to cope with the refugee crisis.