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Minister Vasilev visits schools

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Minister Vasilev visits schools

“Bulgaria isn’t the most advanced country right now, but it’s all in the hands of the youth to realize that dream”, said the minister of national administration and administrative reforms Nikolay Vasilev. He added, “I can’t order you to stay in Bulgaria, but there is a reason for you to.”

Minister Nikolay Vasilev and the eurodeputee Bilyana Raeva delivered a “lesson in patriotism” in the High school for humanitarian sciences and arts “Konstantin Preslavski” in Varna. The lesson is part of the campaign of the National initiatives committee to mark the 100th anniversary of the Independence of Bulgaria.

The campaign will send may other politicians, intelectuals and public figures on a similar mission to a hundred schools in the country.

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