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PM, Ministers Greet Bulgarians on May 24
PM, Ministers Greet Bulgarians on May 24
Council of Ministers building (BTA Photo)

Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev and ministers in his caretaker government greeted Bulgarians on May 24, the Day of the Holy Brothers Cyril and Methodius, of the Bulgarian Alphabet, Education and Culture, and of Slavic Literature, with press releases and publications on Facebook.

Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev: The Day of the Holy Brothers Cyril and Methodius, of the Bulgarian Alphabet, Education and Culture, and of Slavic Literature is the most sacred holiday - it unites us as a nation, preserves us over the years and makes us proud of our letters and culture.

Education Minister Galin Tsokov: May 24th is the most Bulgarian, the most uniting and the brightest holiday. May 24 is the day of respect for language, knowledge, and spirituality. Because language and knowledge are the foundation of life. They are memory, they build the bridge between past and future, and they connect generations. They are timeless. May 24 is a source of pride and joy for all Bulgarians, wherever they are in the world. Bulgarian letters are Bulgaria's identity and its contribution to the diversity of European culture. They are Bulgaria's cultural heritage, preserved by the country from centuries ago to this day. Undoubtedly, Bulgaria is part of modern Europe through its alphabet, literacy, liturgical tradition and spiritual experience. 

Interior Minister Kalin Stoyanov: May 24 is a source of pride for all of us who respect, protect and value both the Bulgarian language and the power of knowledge. On this day we express our gratitude to the teachers, the educators, the cultural workers, the scientists, so that we do not forget that thanks to their work we grow spiritually every day.

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