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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 Rels., Sofia, 1990;president, Union Democratic Forces for Foreign Rels., Sofia, 1990-1994;prime minister, Republic of Bulgaria, 1991-1992;member, National Assembly of Bulgaria, 1991-1992;member of national executive county, 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.

Achievements

  • Member Union of Democratic Forces Party. Orhthodox.

Works

  • Other Work

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

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