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Bulgaria marks in Skopje the 118th anniversary of Gotse Delchev's death

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Traditionally, on May 4, 2021, officials from the Bulgarian Embassy in North Macedonia marked the 118th anniversary of the death of the Bulgarian revolutionary Gotse Delchev at his grave in the Church of the Holy Saviour in Skopje.
In his speech, Ambassador Angel Angelov stressed that "Gotse Delchev gave his life for the freedom of his brothers and, despite the vicissitudes of our difficult fate, will remain a bright symbol of selfless sacrifice, common history and common European future of Bulgaria and North Macedonia".

Gotse Delchev is one of the most important Bulgarian revolutionaries. He was the leader and ideologue of the Bulgarian Macedonian-Edirne Revolutionary Committees, later known as the Internal Macedonian-Edirne Revolutionary Organization (IMRO).

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