National Assembly President Tsetska Tsacheva met with Representatives of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church, Church Patrons and with leaders of Church Delegations visiting
Mrs. Tsetska Tsacheva welcomed the guests at the plenary hall. She acquainted them with the history of the building and stressed that it was one of the first public buildings erected in the newly proclaimed capital
Mrs. Tsetska Tsacheva noted that in the foundations of the building a message with historic meaning was buried namely: “This building should serve to perpetuate freedom and equality in
The Bulgarian Orthodox Church has always stayed by the side of the state – not only for prayers bur in order to provide directions full with reason and goodness, something that politicians lack at times. She added that the Bulgarian Orthodox Church is an institution working for the unity of the people and that she considers the day to be festive due to the opportunity given to her to host the guests of the beloved Bulgarian Patriarch Maxim.
In his address towards the
Unity makes the strength and let all our guests carry this spirit to their homes, let us all be together for good, concluded Dometian. He said that while visiting the National Assembly all clerics pray for fruitfulness in the work of its president and the deputies she leads, regardless of their party affiliations.
Tsetska Tsacheva presented the leaders of foreign orthodox churches with a special plaque. On the one side is engraved the image of the first president of the National Assembly – Exarch Antim I, on the other a picture of the National Assembly is represented.