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Bulgaria Marks Day of Bulgarian Education, Culture, Slav Letters

On May 24, Bulgaria marks the Day of Bulgarian Education and Culture and Slav Letters with processions and celebrations across the country. Education and Science Minister Todor Tanev and Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova head a procession in the capital with the participation of ministers, teachers, education and cultural figures, pupils and citizens, the Education and Science Ministry said in a press release. Slovakian Education, Science, Research and Sport Minister Juraj Draxler, who is on an official visit to Bulgaria, and Slovakian Ambassador here Marian Jakubocy also take part in the procession. For a fourth consecutive year, the Presidency building is open to citizens on the occasion of May 24, the press secretariat of the head of State said. Visitors can see the oldest copy of "Istoriya Slavyanobulgarska", created by Sophronius of Vratsa 250 years ago, from the fund of the Sts Cyril and Methodius National Library.

Headlines 24 May 2015

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