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Moscow, January 21, 2003. On the second day of his visit to Moscow Bulgarian President Georgi Purvanov had a working lunch with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Pressphoto-BTA, picture: Bistra Boshnakova


UKRAINE-PRESIDENT-VISIT. Kiev, January 30 - Arriving on an official visit to Ukraine, President Georgi Purvanov is met by Ukrainian counterpart Leonid Kuchma outside the Mariinsky Palace. A guard of honour plays the two countries' anthems. BTA photo by Vladimir Shokov


U.S. President George W. Bush welcomes Bulgarian Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg (L) to the Oval Office February 25, 2003. Bush on Tuesday emphasized his intention to bypass the United Nations and attack Iraq if necessary, saying approval of a new U.N. resolution was not essential and only Iraqi disarmament could avert war. Bulgaria is considered one of the three sure votes the United States has on the Security Council in addition to its own. Saxe-Coburg said afterward he still hoped the issue could be settled within the United Nations. REUTERS/Eric Draper/The White House/Handout


The Presidents of Bulgaria and Russia, Georgi Purvanov and Vladimir Putin, lay flowers at the bone-vault of the Monument at Shipka Peak on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of Bulgaria's Liberation. Pressphoto - BTA Photo: Tihomir Penov


Mikhail Aravin (left), Chairman of the Sports and Youth Committee with the municipality of Saratov (a Russian city twinned to Dobrich) presents Dobrich Mayor Luchezar Rossenov with an enormous crystal vase on the occasion of March 3, the National Day of Bulgaria. Pressphoto-BTA Photo: Grigor Marinov


Britain's Prince Charles, left, shakes hands with Bulgaria's Prime Minister Simeon Saxcoburggotski, in Sofia, Thursday, March 13, 2003. Prince Charles arrived for a two-day official visit at an invitation of Bulgaria's President Parvanov. (AP Photo/Dimitar Deinov)


Colion Powell-Rally-Concert-Address Sofia, May 15. Visiting here US Secretary of State Colin Powell delivered a speech at a rally and concert in connection with the 100th anniversary of the establishment of Bulgarian-US diplomatic relations at the Alexander Batemberg Square. Pressphoto: BTA photo: Vladimir Shokov.


U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell holds the Bulgarian national flag in the presence of the Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov, right, during ceremonies marking the 100th anniversary of Bulgarian-American diplomatic relations on Alexander Battenberg Square in Sofia, Bulgaria on Thursday, May 15, 2003. Powell arrived to discuss the possibility of basing U.S. troops in Bulgaria and express appreciation for Sofia's support of Washington's Iraq campaign. (AP Photo/Dimitar Deinov)

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