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Peaceful sky, respect for each other unite us, says Bulgarian community leader

The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world.
ASTANA – Olga Andriyevskaya, founder and chair of the Bulgarian Zlata Cultural Centre in the capital, represents the fourth generation of Bulgarians living in Kazakhstan. She feels mutual respect is the basis for the friendship and understanding among those living in the country.
Olga Andriyevskaya. Photo credit: astana.gov.kz.
“We are united by our peaceful sky. The credit for the fact that people of 130 ethnicities live peacefully in one country should go to our President… These are not timid words; I witness what I say. In my childhood, all children …read more

Source: The Astana Times

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