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Dear friends, The year 2013 marks the Tenth Anniversary of the Bulgarian Diplomatic Institute.
As its Director, I find this a pleasant and exciting occasion to address with words of gratitude those who have contributed all these years to the successful accomplishment of its mission as the first national diplomatic academy in the 135-year history of the Modern Bulgarian State.
Archaeologists in Bulgaria have discovered the remains of what they have described as a “huge skeleton” in downtown Varna, a city on the shores of the Black Sea whose rich culture and civilizations spans some 7,000 years.
Sofia News Agency, Novinite, reports that the skeleton was found in what was once the ancient city of Odessos, a trading post established by the Greeks towards the end of the 7th century BC.
The Roman city, Odessus, covered 47 hectares in present-day central Varna and had prominent public baths, Thermae, erected in the late 2nd century AD, now the largest Roman remains in Bulgaria.
century AD, a time when Odessus was an early Christian center.
It is said to be one of the oldest cities in Europe.
It remained within the borders of Bulgaria until July of the same year, when it became the capital of the autonomous Ottoman region of Eastern Rumelia.Its status and functions were regulated by the Diplomatic Service Act adopted by the National Assembly on 13 September, 2007.Its work meets the high demands and professional expectations pursuant to Bulgarias membership in EU and NATO, and displays continuity that allows the Bulgarian diplomatic profession to have the place it deserves in the large Euro-Atlantic family.It is my determination that in the coming years we will firmly establish ourselves as a supporting factor for the Bulgarian Diplomatic Service and for Bulgarian Foreign Policy in enhancing the prestige of Bulgaria both at home and abroad.Tanya Mihaylova Director of the Diplomatic Institute 9: start of 13th Diplomacy course for trainee attaches at the MFA; 18: discussion on The EU during the Maltese Presidency and Where Bulgaria Stands, Sofia Hotel Balkan; 27: public discussion within the Debates with MEPs programme, on the topic The Future of the European Project, Central Military Club, Sofia; was created on 23 September, 2003, pursuant to a Decree of the Council of Ministers.
In 1885, Plovdiv and Eastern Rumelia joined Bulgaria.