site.btaSchool of Balkan, Slavic and Eastern Languages in Greece Marks Its 60th Anniversary

School of Balkan, Slavic and Eastern Languages in Greece Marks Its 60th Anniversary
School of Balkan, Slavic and Eastern Languages in Greece Marks Its 60th Anniversary
Arch of Galerius in downtown Thessaloniki (BTA Photo)

The school of Balkan, Slavic and Eastern languages of the Institute of Balkan Studies in Greece (IMXA) marks its 60th anniversary, the Consulate General of Bulgaria in Thessaloniki reported Wednesday on Facebook. The school teaches and certifies knowledge in Bulgarian, Albanian, Arabic, Romanian, Serbian, Russian and Turkish languages.

Nikolay Karaivanov, adviser at the Bulgarian Consulate General in Thessaloniki, said that Bulgarian was the first language to be taught at the school, and it continues to be studied with unwavering interest. In the context of the excellent relations between Bulgaria and Greece as two neighboring countries, there are good opportunities for deepening the cooperation of IMXA with the Consulate General, as well as with Bulgarian institutions in order to spread the Bulgarian language in Greece, added Karaivanov.

IMXA President Dimitrios Mavroskoufis said that the aim of the school's establishment and functioning is contribution to mutual understanding and strengthening of international relations with all neighbouring countries.

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