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MEU donated computers to a Bulgarian school in Bucharest

H.E. Radko Vlaikov, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Bulgaria to Romania, with children from the “Yordan Yovkov” school in Bucharest (photo: Ministry of Electronic Government)

The Ministry of Electronic Government donated 10 laptops to the Bulgarian school at the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Bucharest.

Students from “Yordan Yovkov” school received their new benefits on the occasion of International Children’s Day, June 1, the ministry announced.

“I believe that apart from statesmen, we are first and foremost parents,” said the Minister of Electronic Government, Georgi Todorov, just before the technological shipment left for Bucharest.

“We must work for the opportunity for young people to walk the path of progress, confident that education is a higher goal and value,” added the minister.

The initiative under the title: “Investments in education are investments in a better future”, undertaken by the Ministry of e-Government, is being carried out with the support of President Rumen Radev.

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