Russia Anticipates Meeting with Bulgarian Culture with Great Interest
The cultural agreement was reached between the Bulgarian Culture Minister Stephan Danailov and his Russian counterpart Alexander Avdeev. Danailov is in Moscow as part of the official Bulgarian delegation, lead by the Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov.
The two ministers met Thursday at the famous "Pushkin" coffeehouse in downtown Moscow. The special cultural advisor of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev also attended the meeting.
The ministers agreed that top rated Bulgarian classic and contemporary movies are going to be featured at the International Moscow Film Festival and at the film festivals in Saint Petersburg and Novosibirsk.
"The Year of Bulgaria in Russia" includes many concerts, exhibits, book fairs and others. Over 870 Bulgarian artists and performers will take part in the program.
Danailov and Avdeev also discussed the upcoming gala concert scheduled for Thursday night to officially launch "The Year of Bulgaria in Russia." The interest towards the concert in Moscow has been huge and the 1,000 seats have long been sold-out.
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"The US prison population is mostly blacks and Latinos, so who cares what they do to each other in prison?"
"Oh, please God, let kolega get reincarnated as a black d!ck, so I will never have to see him!"
That's no way to talk about the Leader of the Free World - your President;)))))
The US prison population is mostly blacks and Latinos, so who cares what they do to each other in prison? Not I. These guys in the Russian prisons are all young white cute kids! And it breaks my heart!
Oh, please God, let kolega get reincarnated as a black d!ck, so I will never have to see him!
"That's what awareness is all about вЂ“ the right to know and act..."
Teddy baby the video was on BG TV, but now it's up to you to keep us informed?
We put it on TV babe! We are free country - if there is information - it's out there!
All you wanna do is illustrate how hateful you are towards a country (probably yours) under the guise of offering information and awareness - like CJB and other Bulgarians - typical....
This shit happens everywhere.
Didn't see the video-there was a warning and I got spooked (my maiden sensitivities you know) but this CNN report you were mentioning is disgusting too. Haven't seen it. Lately avoid watching CNN. They brought some relatively new people that are really annoying. Phew...
What those people did in the videos is a crime. I did some investigation, the Bulgarian video has been aired on the BTV station, and possibly somebody got fired (my source was not positive). The video is what the ugly face of the Bulgarian reality looks like. You can run, you can hide, but you canвЂ™t disregard it. That's what awareness is all about вЂ“ the right to know and act.
This is what Obama's cousins do here in the uS;)
DP there was a program on CNN about US prisons and it turns out that the moment a young person gets locked, the first thing the older prisoners do is to kick his teeth out, to make his mouth safer for their dikcs.
Kid you not - that's in the Land Of The Free, over here;)))0
Some more love for Teddy;)
However, the one regarding the Bulgarian prisoners seems to be staged. It is rather too pornographic and the prisoners? look too happy to participate. This, in my view makes them less effective in raising awareness about prison abuse than a suspicion that you are peddling pornography.
Just my opinion.