The decision to use Bulgarian on the banknotes was provoked by a dispute on how to write the Bulgarian pronunciation of the EU currency a evro
a in Latin, leading to the decision to use the Cyrillic as well.A
The President of the European Commission Barroso, after having read a few philosophical scientific reports with tables and rubrics of the governmental and party institutes "Pavel Satev", "Dimitrija Cupovski", and "Evro
Balkan," and a few analyses and comments of journalist-patriots, was stunned by a civilization shock.
Bulgaria applied to register an Internet domain name in Cyrillic script as part of efforts to boost national pride amid a growing influence of English, Reuters reported.The Balkan country of 7.7 million people last year won the right to spell the euro common currency as "evro
" according to Cyrillic rules after threatening to block several European Union diplomatic initiatives.With Bulgaria's accession to the EU in January last year, Cyrillic became the third official alphabet in the bloc after Latin and Greek.