Bulgarian President Rumen Radev Goes on a Two-day Official Visit to Serbia
Head of State Rumen Radev goes on a two-day official visit to the Republic of Serbia at the invitation of President Aleksandar Vucic. They will talk about Serbia's European perspective, promoting economic development and improving access to health and education in the areas where the Bulgarian national minority lives.
Following the official reception ceremony in Belgrade, presidents Rumen Radev and Aleksandar Vucic will hold a "four-eye" meeting. In the Serbian capital, President Radev will also hold meetings with Prime Minister Anna Brnabic and Maya Gojkovic, Speaker of the People's Assembly. Later, the head of state will lay a wreath at the Unknown Soldier's Monument and visit the exhibition "Applied nostalgia".
Tomorrow, Presidents Rumen Radev and Aleksandar Vucic will meet with the Bulgarian minority in Dimitrovgrad. The two heads of state will bring wreaths to the monument to the Bulgarian and Serbian warriors who died during the Serbian-Bulgarian War of 1885 at Neshkov Peak.
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