The traditional Bulgarian embroidery is already in Paris

The traditional Bulgarian embroidery is already in Paris For the Liberation Day - Bulgaria's national holiday (March 3rd) - hundreds of Bulgarians gathered in country's embassy in Paris, France.

There they met the Agriculture Minister Desislava Taneva, who was in Paris for the International Agricultural Fair.

11,000 Bulgarians live and work in Paris and about 40,000 in France.

Dean Manev, the Trade director of the Men's Fashion Cluster, also visited the embassy.

He gifted men's suit jackets with traditional Bulgarian embroidery (shevitza) and linings with the Bulgarian flag to HE Anguel Tcholakov - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary in the French Republic and the Principality of Monaco - and other officials.

The traditional Bulgarian embroidery is already in Paris

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