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Bulgarian Culture Minister Vezhdi Rashidov has said, "We will come together with Turkish Minister of Culture and Tourism Ertugrul Gunay to sign an agreement for the protection of Turkish-Bulgarian culture monuments."
Rashidov visited northwestern Turkish province of Edirne with a group of Bulgarian officials. Speaking to journalists during a meal, Rashidov said that he came to Turkey for holding talks with Turkish Minister Gunay and after resting in Edirne for a while, he will be heading to Istanbul for the meeting.
Bulgarian minister stated that in the scope of improving the cooperation between Turkey and Bulgaria, they have been planning projects and added, "We will sign an agreement for the protection of Turkish-Bulgarian culture monuments. Before, we held similar agreements."
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