Long live free and united Bulgaria!

Long live free and united Bulgaria!
Long live free and united Bulgaria!
In September 1885, only in the seventh year of its freedom, our people crossed out the unjust borders imposed by the Great Powers and announced the Union of the Principality of Bulgaria and Eastern Rumelia. This is what President Rumen Radev said in his solemn speech on the occasion of the 137th anniversary of the Unification of Bulgaria, reported a reporter of Plovdiv24.bg.

The head of state took part in the solemn inspection-dawn and accepted the rank of honour.

“This bold but thoughtful act of our ancestors is an example of historical responsibility and creativity, because the actors of the Unification created history,” added Radev.

“Unification is an important stage, but the real key to success has always been and will be in unity,” the head of state pointed out and added: “Political demons and egoism – personal, class, party, are eroding the foundations of the nation. Ethics is the basis of success and the failure of every society”.

“Today, a war is raging again in Europe. The old demons of chauvinism and xenophobia are rising. Expensive resources, migration, climate change are the other elements that we are already experiencing on our backs. Kilometers from here, our compatriots are suffering, having lost their homes and livelihoods in the floods.” , continued Radev.

“Those countries and peoples who realize their common destiny and overcome the wanderings of selfishness will survive the trials. On the summit of the Union, let us remember that only united we survived and united we won.

That our strength as a nation depends on each one of us, but also that every Bulgarian should feel behind him the strength of the state and the support of everyone else.

Salute to the leaders of the Bulgarian Union! Long live a free and united Bulgaria!”.

The article is in bulgaria


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