President of Bulgarian National Assembly pays three-day official visit to Moscow

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A Bulgarian parliamentary delegation, headed by National Assembly President Tsveta Karaiancheva, is leaving on a three-day official visit to Moscow. The visit comes at the invitation of the Chairwoman of the Federation Council, Valentina Matviyenko. Among the members of the delegation are co-chairs of the Friendship Group Bulgaria - Russia in the National Assembly, Krassimir Velchev and Anton Kutev and Deputy Chairman Volen Siderov. In the evening, in the Bulgarian embassy in Moscow, MEPs will meet with representatives of the Bulgarian community. The official program of the visit starts tomorrow.

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