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EC Office in Sofia Goes on Facebook
The European Commission Representation in Sofia has set up a page of its own on the global social networking site Facebook.
"We are pleased to announce on November 1, the Day of Bulgarian Enlighteners, that the Representation of the European Commission already has a Facebook profile. Our ambition is to use it in order to share the most interesting news about the institution, the current events from Bulgaria and the EU, and information about the events organized by the Representation," explained the EC office in Sofia in a press statement.
The Facebook page of the EC in Sofia is https://www.facebook.com/ECinBulgaria
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