Let the Independence of Bulgaria remind us that we are united by a common history, culture and values, to remember, preserve and defend the legacy of our ancestors from 1908. Let us every day cherish freedom, fight for it, teach children to be free men, and know that the greatest enemy of freedom is fear. Great moments in our history should be remembered, honored, but also learned. This was stated in a declaration on the occasion of the holiday tomorrow by Yordan Terziyski, MP from "Continuing ChangeKiril Petkov and Assen Vassilev presented their political project "Continuing Change" - Democratic Bulgaria"Democratic Bulgaria" is a centrist-right political union composed of" (PP-DB).
"Today we honor the persistence, devotion and courage of those who did not give up the dream of a free and independent Bulgaria. The independence of Bulgaria is an achievement that belongs to the citizens. Won from society, it still gives us today an example of how to make decisions, to shape the future of Bulgaria," the text of the declaration reads.
And now more is it always important to work united for the European path of Bulgaria. And today our efforts are focused on the battle for a free, independent, European Bulgaria, Terziyski said.
At the beginning of the declaration, the MP recalled that after the Unification of September 6, 1885, the other date, which is a real day of freedom for the Bulgarian people, was September 22, when, in his words, the brave Bulgarian statesmen dared and returned Bulgaria fully to the map of Europe as a free and independent state, and the Bulgarian people again took its rightful place among the other European nations.
Prime Minister Alexander Malinov and his government individually prepared the act of Bulgarian independence with the means of diplomacy. On September 22, 1908 in the old capital Veliko Tarnovo, with a historical manifesto, Tsar Ferdinand and the Bulgarian government declared the independence of the Third Bulgarian State.
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