Ethnic Bulgarians in Kosovo demand recognition of their community

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About 500 ethnic Bulgarians who live in Kosovo have filed a petition in the country's parliament demanding official recognition of the Bulgarian community. 

The document was officially presented to the Kosovo authorities by the United Bulgarians in Kosovo from Gora. The parliament is expected  to consider the petition soon and make a decision. 


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