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Boyana Residence hosts traditional prom for disadvantaged high-school graduates

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The traditional prom for young disadvantaged Bulgarians, will be held on May 30, the press secretariat of Bulgaria’s head of state announced.

The prom is part of the charity initiative of President Rumen Radev named "Support a Dream".

Rumen Radev and his wife Desislava Radeva will meet nearly 100 high-school graduates in Boyana Residence. The prom will begin at 19:30 pm. Vice President Iliana Yotova will also attend the event.

  Many famous singers and actors will participate at a charity programme.


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