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Vatican (May 23, 2007) The delegates to the Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media, which was organized by BTA and ended yesterday, were received by His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI. In his address, His Holiness pointed out that Bulgarian culture is quite familiar thanks to the broadcasts of Bulgarian media. BTA Director General Maxim Minchev presented Pope benedict XVI with a scroll of the music and text of the hymn of St. Cyril and Methodius for May 24.
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Vatican (May 23, 2007) Pope Benedict XVI greeted the participants in the Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media. In his address, His Holiness pointed out that the broadcasts of Bulgarian media have made Bulgarian culture quite well-known in Europe.
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Rome (May 23, 2007) After the Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media was closed, the delegates had a photograph taken in front of the Bulgarian church in Rome in the Di Trevi square.
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Rome (May 23, 2007) By folk singer Valya Balkanska's live performance of "Izlel e Delyo haydutin", the delegates of the Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media support the Bulgarian nurses on death row in Libya. Before the song performance, the participants in the forum prayed in the church for their liberation and health.
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Rome (May 23, 2007) Folk singer Valya Balkanska performed "Izlel e Delyo haydutin" last night before the delegates of the Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media as an expression of support for the Bulgarian nurses on death row in Libya. While the singer was performing, the meeting participants played authentic Bulgarian ring dance.
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Rome (May 23, 2007) Folk singer Valya Balkanska performed "Izlel e Delyo haydutin" last night before the delegates of the Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media in Rome as an expression of support for the Bulgarian nurses on death row in Libya. The event was organized in front of the Bulgarian church in Rome at the Di Trevi square, where a screen featured videos of the history of the trial in Libya.
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Rome (May 22, 2007) Participants in Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media in Rome pose for family photo after the official closing of the Meeting by BTA Director General Maxim Minchev.
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Rome (May 22, 2007) BTA Director General Maxim Minchev officially closes Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media in Rome. "I am convinced that the tradition we have set up will bring us together many more times not only in Bulgaria but around the world as well," Minchev said.
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Rome (May 22, 2007) Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media organized by BTA continues in Rome. Panel Four discusses "The Second Life of Art in the Media" with Georgi Lozanov as moderator.
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Rome (May 22, 2007) The Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media organised by BTA continues in Rome.
A discussion on the subject of "The Media in Campaign"was held in the course of the third panel with moderator Denitsa Slavova of the "Budilnik" newspaper in London and with the participation of Public Administration and Administrative Reform Minister Nikolai Vassilev.
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Rome (May 22, 2007) The Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media organised by BTA continues in Rome.
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivailo Kalfin presented BTA Director General Maxim Minchev a postage stamp commemorating the 150th anniversary of the discovery of St Cyril the Philosopher's grave and relics by Franciscan monks during archaeological excavations at the San Clemente Basilica in Rome. The commemorative item consists of the stamp, a pictorial envelope and a special souvenir cachet.
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Rome (May 22, 2007) The Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media organised by BTA continues in Rome. Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev, who arrived in Rome for the venue, said the forum is unique and symbolic, and has already become a tradition. The forum continued with a news conference of the Prime Minister and of Foreign Minister Ivailo Kalfin.
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Rome (May 22, 2007) The Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media organised by BTA continues in Rome. Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev, who arrived in Rome for the venue, said the forum is unique and symbolic, and has already become a tradition. The forum continued with a news conference of the Prime Minister and of Foreign Minister Ivailo Kalfin.
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Rome (May 21, 2007) On the sidelines of the Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media, under way in Rome, the Chairman of the Civil Society and Media Committee in the Bulgarian Parliament, Ivo Atanassov, BTA Director General Maxim Minchev and other participants in the forum laid flowers at the grave of St Cyril in the Basilica of San Clemente.
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Rome (May 21, 2007) On the sidelines of the Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media, under way in Rome, the Chairman of the Civil Society and Media Committee in the Bulgarian Parliament, Ivo Atanassov, BTA Director General Maxim Minchev and other participants in the forum laid flowers at the grave of St Cyril in the Basilica of San Clemente.
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Rome (May 21, 2007) The Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media, organized by BTA, has opened in Rome. The second panel, moderated by Martin Zahariev, is entitled: "What's Going On with the Media on the Net?"
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Rome (May 21, 2007) The Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media organized by BTA officially opens in Rome.
Panel A with Kiril Vulchev of Darik radio as Moderator is discussing "The Cyrillic Alphabet - a border-line or a chance for the media around the world?"
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Rome (May 21, 2007)
The Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media organized by BTA officially opens in Rome.
Panel A with Kiril Vulchev of Darik radio as Moderator is discussing "The Cyrillic Alphabet - a border-line or a chance for the media around the world?"
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Rome (May 21, 2007) The Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media organized by BTA officially opens in Rome.
On the photo: After the formal opening the participants were greeted by a performance of folk singer Valya Balkanska and bagpiper Peter Yanev.
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Rome (May 21, 2007) The Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media organized by BTA officially opens in Rome.
On the photo: Bishop Tihon of Tiveriopol, who chairs the Bulgarian Orthodox community in Rome, welcomed the participants.
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Rome (May 21, 2007) The Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media organized by BTA officially opens in Rome.
On the photo: The Vatican Spokesman, Father Federico Lombardi, addressed the participants.
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Rome (May 21, 2007) The Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media organized by BTA officially opens in Rome.
On the photo: ANSA Chief Foreign News Editor Giulio Pecora presented a welcoming address to the participants on behalf of Rome Mayor Walter Veltroni and of Paolo Serventi Longhi, Secretary General of the National Federation of Italian Press (FNSI).
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Rome (May 21, 2007) The Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media organized by BTA officially opens in Rome. The theme of this year's forum is "The Cyrillic Alphabet in Europe".
On the photo: BTA Director General Maxim Minchev opens the meeting.
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Rome (May 20, 2007) BTA Director General Maxim Minchev opened in Rome a photo exhibition by Prof. Axinia Djourova and Ivo Hadjimishev, entitled "Golden Pages of the Bulgarian Middle Ages". It is staged on the fringes of the Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media, Rome, Vatican, May 19-23.
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Rome (May 20, 2007) BTA Director General Maxim Minchev opened in Rome a photo exhibition by Prof. Axinia Djourova and Ivo Hadjimishev, entitled "Golden Pages of the Bulgarian Middle Ages". It is staged on the fringes of the Third World Meeting of Bulgarian Media, Rome, Vatican, May 19-23.
On the photo (left to right): Georgi Lozanov, Chairman of the Bulgarian Media Coalition, BTA Director General Maxim Minchev and Ivo Hadjimishev.
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