ArmInfo. Within the framework of Bulgaria's chairmanship of the EU Council, an event was held in Yerevan, dedicated to the history and culture of the country from its beginnings to the present day.
Bulgaria's Ambassador to Armenia Maria Pavlova Tzotzotkova-Kaymaktchieva, in particular, stressed that this is the first event within the country's chairmanship of the EU Council. "Our first event is dedicated to the history and rich cultural heritage of Bulgaria, I am deeply convinced that our chairmanship in the EU Council is a good opportunity to raise Bulgaria's recognition in Armenia." Despite the fact that our cooperation covers many spheres, I believe that there is still a fairly serious unused potential for cooperation," the diplomat noted.
The event was attended by prominent Bulgarian historians who arrived in Yerevan - professors Plamen Pavlov and Nikolai Ovcharov. Historians described in detail about the magnificent treasures of the ancient art of Bulgaria, medieval manuscripts, monuments preserved in the country.
Diplomats of foreign countries accredited in Armenia, students, experts took part in the event.