Bulgaria Marks Europe Day
Bulgaria marks the Europe Day on May 9. The flag of the European Union was hoisted at an official ceremony in front of the Bulgarian Presidency building. Earlier, Bulgaria’s head of state Rumen Radev and Bulgaria’s Vice-President Iliana Yotova laid flowers before the Monument to the Unknown Solider on occasion of the 75th anniversary since the end of World War II. “In these difficult days, we must look for the common interests, rather than drawing dividing lines which are not in the European interest”, President Radev underlined and added that “during the crisis it is important to look for what unites us, so that we can come out stronger, united and responsible”.
On the Europe Day we can be proud that we are part of the most-democratic union in the world- Bulgaria’s Premier Boyko Borissov noted in his Facebook profile. “Bulgaria is not only a consumer of privileges and EU funds, but we also protect the EU external border and participate in decision-making for the common security and prosperity of our continent”, Premier Borissov further points out. “We must remember the victims of this war and the lessons of history”, Boyko Borissov wrote on occasion of the 75th anniversary since the Victory over the Nazis./BNR
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