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Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria celebrated the country’s Statehood Day and the 141st anniversary of liberation from the Turks with the reception at the Metropol Hotel in Belgrade.

Ambassador of Bulgaria in Belgrade H.E. Radko Vlaykov greeted guests and in his formal address said Bulgaria is convinced that the future of the region is going through integration processes that have no alternative.

H.E. Vlaykov reminded that Bulgaria and Serbia mark the 140th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations and underlined that bilateral relations between the two countries are historically the highest level.

Ambassador also mentioned the recent awarding of Prime Minister of Bulgaria Boyko Borisov by Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić with the Order of the Republic of Serbia.

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