Clinton in Bulgaria NPR's White House correspondent Mara Liasson reports that President Clinton received an enthusiastic welcome from some 20 thousand Bulgarians at Nevski Square in Sofia today. The president acknowledged that Bulgaria's transition from communism to democracy and free markets has not been easy, but he urged the crowd to stay the course. The president thanked the Bulgarian government for supporting NATO's air war against Yugoslavia, and he offered financial aid to the Bulgarians, who lost millions of dollars in trade revenue because of the war.
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Clinton in Bulgaria

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Clinton in Bulgaria

Clinton in Bulgaria

Clinton in Bulgaria

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NPR's White House correspondent Mara Liasson reports that President Clinton received an enthusiastic welcome from some 20 thousand Bulgarians at Nevski Square in Sofia today. The president acknowledged that Bulgaria's transition from communism to democracy and free markets has not been easy, but he urged the crowd to stay the course. The president thanked the Bulgarian government for supporting NATO's air war against Yugoslavia, and he offered financial aid to the Bulgarians, who lost millions of dollars in trade revenue because of the war.