Serbia's Parliamentary Speaker Maja Gojković: We will work for joint tourist routes of Serbia and Bulgaria

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Bulgaria and Serbia will work for the development of their tourist destinations and their inclusion in common routes on the world market, said Maja Gojković, Speaker of the Serbian National Assembly, in the old Bulgarian capital of Veliko Tarnovo. "I will do everything possible to encourage Serbian citizens to come more and more often to Bulgaria. Together, the two countries as tourist destinations can reach out to third-country markets," Gojković said. In Veliko Tarnovo the Serbian delegation laid flowers to the tomb of Saint Sava in the Forty Holy Martyrs Church. The mayor of Veliko Tarnovo, Daniel Panov, presented as a gift to Gojković a box containing earth from Saint Sava’s grave.


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