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Musical evening with a message of solidarity

01 March 2022 News

On February 26 this year BCI - Warsaw in cooperation with the Embassy organized a holiday program to mark the national holiday March 3 - the Day of the Liberation of the Republic of Bulgaria.

The musical evening with Bulgarian folklore and ethno jazz was attended by over 100 guests - mostly Polish connoisseurs of Bulgarian traditions and culture. Among the audience in the crowded hall were journalists, museum and music specialists. Welcoming remarks were made by Margarita Ganeva - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Bulgaria to Poland. The musical evening, unfortunately, came under extremely difficult times for the first time since the end of World War II - the open military aggression by the Putin regime against Poland's and Bulgaria's neighboring country, Ukraine.

Noting that in Ukraine we have the largest historical Bulgarian minority, which needs decisive support and concrete help in these difficult days, the Bulgarian Ambassador acquainted those present with the actions taken by our country, as well as the readiness to receive Ukrainian citizens. who wish to settle in Bulgaria. "The struggle for freedom, democracy and sovereignty is well known to both the Bulgarian and Polish people; the events, uprisings and liberation movements of the 19th and 20th centuries for both peoples give us full reason to be united in support and solidarity in the struggle of Ukrainian people at the present fateful moment for their country ". Ambassador Ganeva's message of support and solidarity with the people of Ukraine was accompanied by music.

The Polish-Bulgarian music group Sarakina opened its concert with a performance of a Ukrainian folk song related to the longing for freedom and sacrificial love for the homeland.

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