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Bulgaria opens cultural center in Moldova

Submitted on Sunday, 26 October 2008No Comment
Bulgaria opens cultural center in Moldova

A Bulgarian Culture and Information Center was opened Saturday in Moldova’s autonomous region of Gagauzia in order to serve as a connection with the historic Bulgarian minority there.

The news was reported by the Bulgarian National Television, which also cited data stating that more than 130 000 ethnic Bulgarians lived in and around the autonomous region.

The first cultural center of the Bulgarian community in Gagauzia will offer courses in literary Bulgarian, information about the education opportunities in Bulgaria, and information about the present development of the country.

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