Sesil Karatantcheva, aged 14, is believed to be Bulgaria's most promising tennis player at the moment. She recently made a splash at the Pacific Life Open in Indian Wells, California, by beating Wimbledon semifinalist Alexandra Stevenson and Spanish Feder
Recently appointed British Ambassador to Bulgaria H.E.
Ralitsa Dimitrova is the press attach? of the Bulgarian Embassy in Spain.
She spoke to Novinite.
Monika Rogozinska, reporter for the Polish newspaper Rzeczpospolita, is a graduate in Cultural Studies.
She is also the Secretary of the Polish office of Explorers Club, an international professional society dedicated to the advancement of field research
Nikolaos Dimadis, President of the National Greek Tourism Organization, was born 1940 in Thessaloniki. After graduating the Thessaloniki University, he studied economics in Paris, France.
Bob Miller was Nevada Governor for ten years (1989-1999), longer than any man in the state's history. For two years before that, he was lieutenant Governor and chairman of the Nevada Commission of Tourism.
Julia Tzerova is press and cultural affairs secretary at the Bulgarian Embassy in the Netherlands. She spoke to novinite.
Robert Davies is the founder and Chief Executive of The Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum, and has lead its activities since 1990 with global corporations promoting responsible business practices and partnerships for development in over
Pekeli Gyurkan is a Bulgarian of Turkish origin. He moved to Turkey in 1989 during the so-called Regeneration Process, and lives in Istanbul now.
Hristo Petkov, plenipotentiary minister in Bulgaria's General Consulate in Istanbul, talked to novinite.com Editor-in-Chief Milena Hristova
Nigel Risner was the past president of the London Chapter of Professional Speakers Association, and has just been voted Speaker of the Year by the Academy of Chief Executives. He delivers over a hundred talks a year in his unique, energetic style to corpo
Vassil Ivanov became Bulgaria's Sports Minister in 2002, after stepping into the country's political life only a year ago - in 2001. Then he took on membership in the National Council of ruling Simeon II National Movement.
Lyuben Dilov Junior is the leader of one of the younger political parties in Bulgaria - the conservative movement Gergyovden which narrowly missed to seize seats in the Parliament after it ranked fifth following the last parliamentary election two years a
Stoyan Alexandrov was born in 1949 in Ilia, Kyustendil district. Graduated in the Higher Institute of Finance and Economics in Svishtov.
Neil Buhne took his post as a UNDP Resident Representative/UN Resident Coordinator in Bulgaria from September 2003. His previous assignment was as a UNDP Resident Representative/UN Resident Coordinator in Belarus since 5 July 1999.
Dr. Arthur Eyffinger, a prominent Dutch legal historian, is the curator of an exhibition entitled The Hague - International Centre of Justice and Peace, which opened in Sofia early October.
Luc Vansteenkiste is President of the Federation of Enterprises in Belgium (FEB). He was one of the Belgian businessmen that took part in the Belgian-Bulgarian business forum that was organized by FEB and the Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA).
H.E Jose Angel Lopez Jorrin has been Spain's Ambassador to Bulgaria since 2001.
James Roaf is the newly appointed International Monetary Fund (IMF) Resident Representative to Bulgaria. Roaf speaks fluently several languages including Russian.
James William Pardew was sworn in as Ambassador of the United States of America to Bulgaria in 2002. Ambassador Pardew previously was the U.
50% more Chinese Tourists in Bulgaria
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