Tomorrow's official ritual commemorating the 142nd anniversary of the liberation of Bulgaria on Shipka peak is being cancelled on the recommendation of the national operational headquarters for countering the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The monument of freedom remains open to the public who wish to pay their respects.
There are strong spiritual ties between Bulgaria and Japan, which keep strengthening namely by deepening the relations in education, science and culture. In this way Bulgaria can rapidly develop as a country of high technologies and science. This is what Head of State Rumen Radev said, who awarded the Rector of Toyo University in Japan Dr.
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said on Tuesday that his country wishes to participate in the trilateral cooperation among Cyprus, Greece, and Israel in the energy field, saying his country is a "natural continuation" geographically.
He also said his country wishes to enhance its relations with Cyprus, particularly in the fields of energy, economy, and investments.
What lies behind Bulgaria's aims to deepen the business contacts between Bulgaria and Japan is the ambitions to have the bilateral partnership model develop an economy with a high added value, innovations and high technologies. This provides opportunities not only for our young people, but also for developing research activity.