: :inin Kyiv (EET)

80% of Bulgarians in Ukraine to have their own administrative centres


The administrative reform in the Bolhrad region in Ukraine took place without explanatory work, which caused tension, said Anton Kisse, a member of Ukraine’s Rada talking to the Bulgarian National Radio. The mayor of the Bessarabian village of Babata, Petar Dobrev, also commented for the Bulgarian National Radio that the reform began in 2015 and so far people expressed their will to unite in separate municipalities. 80% of Bulgarian villages in Ukraine will be included in Bulgarian administrative centres, Petar Dobrev said. But in his opinion it is impossible for all Bulgarians to be part of one administrative region and …read more

Source:: Radio Bulgaria

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