Day of Bulgarian Culture & Slavonic Language Celebrated in Armenia

DAY OF BULGARIAN CULTURE AND SLAVONIC WRITTEN LANGUAGE WAS SOLEMNLY
CELEBRATED IN ARMENIA

YEREVAN, MAY 23. ARMINFO. Armenia and Bulgaria will sign a document
shortly contributed to both the integration process to Europe and the
strengthening of European security mechanisms, stated Armenia’s Deputy
Foreign Minister Armen Bayburdyan at a briefing in Yerevan on the
occasion of the Day of Slavonic written language, Bulgarian culture,
and Saints Kirill and Methodius.

Bulgarian Ambassador to Armenia Stephan Dimitrov noted that the
official holiday of Bulgarian Republic is celebrated on May 24 during
a century. In Armenia this holiday is celebrated during the last 46
years on the initiative of “Armenia-Bulgaria” association.

Dimitrov also informed that Armenia’s Minister for Science and
Education Sergo Yeritsyan will leave for Bulgaria June 2 with an
official visit. Process of reforms in the educational systems in both
countries will be discussed at a meeting with Bulgaria’s Minister for
Education Igor Demyanov. The parties will discuss details on
fulfilling a cooperation program in culture and education spheres for
2003-2006, within the framework of which the project on exchange of
students is being fulfilled.

The US and French Ambassadors to Armenia John Evans and Henry Cuny, as
well as representatives of diplomatic mission accredited in Armenia
participated at the action. -r-

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