Vice President: Our Schools Abroad Are Establishing Themselves as Spiritual Centres for the Bulgarian Community

2024-03-23 08:36:00
Iliana Iotova visits the Bulgarian Sunday School "Yordan Yovkov" in Bucharest
Bulgarian schools abroad not only provide knowledge, teach the Bulgarian language and tell about Bulgaria. They become spiritual centres for the Bulgarian community. They are pillars of Bulgarian culture. This is what Vice President Iliana Iotova said at a meeting with teachers and students from the Bulgarian Sunday School "Yordan Yovkov" at the Bulgarian Embassy in Bucharest. The school, founded in 1987, has over 60 students from preparatory group to 12th grade. The pupils welcomed Iotova with a recital of Bulgarian poems and the headmistress Nadezhda Cula presented the school's activities.
The Vice President pointed out that the best and most workable policy with our compatriots abroad is educational. Iotova thanked the teachers for their dedication and expressed hope that the experience of the Bulgarian Sunday School "Yordan Yovkov" in Bucharest will be applied in other places in Romania where Bulgarians live. The Vice President assured them of the support of Bulgaria and the presidential institution. The school received textbooks from Iotova.



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