President Radev urges Bulgarian scientists at CERN to help high added value science development in Bulgaria

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“CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, has established itself as a standard of high quality. I am proud that Bulgarian specialists have contributed to the development of world science here." This is what Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said at a meeting with Bulgarians working for the organization in Geneva.

President Radev has called on Bulgarian scientists to support the development of science with high added value in Bulgaria. “The future belongs to those countries that make the most of the potential of their scientists,” the President pointed out. More than 13,000 scientists from 97 countries around the world work at CERN. Bulgarian scientists collaborating with the organization are more than 100.

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