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Bulgaria finances gratuitously projects in North Macedonia

Angel Angelov, Bulgarian ambassador in Skopje
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Bulgaria has provided gratuitous financing to 7 development and humanitarian aid projects in North Macedonia to the tune of 296,000 euros, Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry has announcedThe first 6 contracts worth 250,000 euros have been signed by the Bulgarian Ambassador to Skopje Angel Angelov and the beneficiaries. 

The projects include Reconstruction and furnishings of the First Day Care Centre for Youth and Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders in North Macedonia; Treatment and sensory therapy of children with autism, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder in socially disadvantaged families; Support for International Exchange of Non-Governmental Organizations; Establishment of a Centre for Development of Children's and Youth Creativity Tvoritelnitsa.

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