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Foreign Ministry: Bulgarians abroad planning to return in the coming weeks to reconsider their decision

Bulgaria's Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls on all Bulgarian citizens to refrain from travelling abroad unless absolutely necessary. It also urges Bulgarians living abroad to "exercise high self-awareness and care for their loved ones by rethinking a possible return to Bulgaria in the coming weeks on various occasions, including personal or the upcoming Easter holidays", the agency said. They recall that the measures are related to the spread of COVID-19 and the pandemic declared by the World Health Organization.


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