logo logo

Philip Dimitrov

Philip Dimitrov, Bulgarian ambassador. Recipient Truman-Reagan Freedom award for contribution to overcoming communism, 1999. vice president Conservative Ecological Party, 1989; active Com for the Protection of Religious Rights, 1989; pro bono psychotherapist, Medical Academy Sofia, 1978-1985. Member Union of Democratic Forces Party.

Background

  • DIMITROV, Philip was born on March 31, 1955 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Parents: Dimitar Vassilev Dimitrov and Catherine Philipova Dimitrova.

  • Education

    • St Climent of Ohrid University, Sofia, Law. Spoken languages: English, a little French and Russian.

    Career

    • Attorney at law, Sofia, 1979-1990. Vice president Union Democratic Forces for Foreign Relations, 1990, president, 1990-1994. Prime minister Republic of Bulgaria, 1991-1992.

      Member National Assembly of Bulgaria, 1991-1992. Member national executive council Union of Democratic Forces, Sofia, 1996. Vice chairman Bulgaria Jt.

      Parliamentary Committee European Union, 1995-1997. Permanent Bulgarian ambassador United Nations, New York City, 1997-1998. United States ambassador Republic of Bulgaria, Washington, since 1998.

    Works

    • Author: For They Lived, Lord, 1991. Contributor various articles on psychotherapy.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Union of Democratic Forces

    Religion

    Orthodox Christian.

    Membership

    Vice president Conservative Ecological Party, 1989. Active Com for the Protection of Religious Rights, 1989. Pro bono psychotherapist, Medical Academy Sofia, 1978-1985.

    Member Union of Democratic Forces Party.

    Connections

    • Spouse Helena Valentinova GheorgievaDimitrova (née Gheorgieva), 1988.
    • father: Dimitar Vassilev
    • mother: Katherine Philipov Dimitrov
    • spouse: Elena Valentinova Gueorgieva-Dimitrova
    Philip Dimitrov
    See on larger map
    Born March 31, 1955
    (age 61)
    Ethnicity:
    • 1977
      Faculty of Law
    • 1979 - 1990
      Attorney, at law
      Sofia, Grad Sofiya, Bulgaria
    • 1991 - 1992
      prime minister Republic of Bulgaria
    • 1991 - 1992
      member, National Assembly of Bulgaria
    • 1995 - 1997
      vice chairman, Bulgaria Jt. Parliamentary Committee European Union
    • 1996
      member, national executive council Union of Democratic Forces
      Sofia, Grad Sofiya, Bulgaria
    • 1997 - 1998
      permanent Bulgarian ambassador, United Nations
    • 1998
      United States ambassador, Republic of Bulgaria
      Washington, United States
    • show more ...