The Bulgarians of the whole world consider the burial of their ancient leader – Khan Kubrat (VII century AD) as one of their shrines. The founder of the Great Bulgaria got the terminal home in the territory of the present Malopereshchepynska amalgamated hromada (Novi Sanzhary Rayon). Therefore, Bulgarian pilgrimage to the Poltava Oblast is traditional every year.
This year's Rodenkrayivskyi convocation “Khan Kubrat gathers up descendants” was of a particular importance. During the convocation, an agreement was signed on cooperation between the Malopereshchepinska AH and the first capital of Bulgaria – the town of Pliska (that used to be the main city of the state for more than 200 years). Anatoliy Troyan and Tonka Panchev, heads of communities, agreed on cooperation in the spheres of economy, culture and social relations in the presence of Krasimir Minchev, Ambassador of Bulgaria in Ukraine.
Hennadii Fasiy, municipal services expert of the Poltava Local Government Development Centre, established with the support of the U-LEAD with Europe Programme and MinRegion, noted: “The young AH of the Poltava Oblast has set a precedent – it signed a direct agreement with the EU country in the presence of the Ambassador. I hope that this will give an impetus to the full development of the Malopereshchepinska AH.”
Громади:Малоперещепинська сільська об’єднана територіальна громада
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