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Minister of Culture Atanas Atanasov announces top priorities in his work

Minister of Culture Atanas Atanasov
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Access to culture, high-standard intercultural exchange and making use of the rich cultural heritage – these are the top priorities presented to the media by Minister of Culture Atanas Atanasov and his team, BGNES reports.

Minister Atanasov pointed out that his forthcoming work at the ministry filled him with exhilaration and a sense of responsibility. Atanas Atanasov stated that he believed deeply in the wealth of Bulgarian culture, adding that besides its glorious past and its beautiful traditions, our nation has the potential for a bright and truly promising future in which Bulgaria shall take a special place on the world map. Minister Atanasov added that he was going to rely on common sense, on the capacity of each and every one to overcome their ego in the name of a bigger cause. He indicated further that he would be relying that good will be infectious so as to alter what is now a rather bleak context. 

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