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Bulgarian Vice President to visit Odesa region on a working visit
May 24 2013, 17:38

At the invitation of the People's Deputy of Ukraine Anton Kisse, Bulgarian Vice President Margarita Popova will visit Odesa region on a working visit.

The press service noted that at the invitation of the People's Deputy of Ukraine, the President of the Association of Bulgarians in Ukraine Anton Kisse Vice-President of the Republic of Bulgaria Margarita Popova will come to Ukraine. Working visit is planned within the framework of celebration of the Day of Slavic Writing and Culture in Ukraine. Busy schedule includes visits to a number of events in Kyiv, Odesa and Odesa region.

The composition of the attendants includes: Ambassador of Bulgaria in Ukraine Krasimir Minchev, Consul General of Bulgaria to Odesa Stoyan Gorchivkin, heads of departments and experts of the Administration of the President of Bulgaria.

The Ukrainian part of the Bulgarian guest will be accompanied by MP Anton Kisse, representatives of the Association of Bulgarians in Ukraine.


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