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Rumen Radev awards Bulgarian "Hristo Botev" School in Bratislava with presidential plaque

President Radev in Bratislava
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Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has awarded Bulgarian Secondary School "Hristo Botev" in Bratislava with the "St. St. Cyril and Methodius" plaque. During his official visit to the Slovak Republic President Radev visited the school, which is one of the most prestigious ones in Bratislava.

The award plaque was awarded on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the school and for its contribution in preserving Bulgarian educational and cultural traditions.

The school opened with just a few students from all over Slovakia, and today it has 12-class training. Bulgarian and Slovak children study together in it.

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