Reza Mahdavi is Vice President for Cisco Eastern and Central Europe, Near East, Middle East and Africa (EEMEA). Before being appointed to this position he was in charge of Cisco business expansion in Greece, Turkey, South Africa.
Valeri Zapryanov is publisher and editor-in-chief of the weekly sociopolitical magazine Tema. After twenty-three years of successful career in journalism, some of them in Standard daily and the Bulgarian National Television, he took the challenge to creat
Elena Ioncheva is a famous Bulgarian journalist, author of many films. She is an author of a documentary about the Chechen conflict.
Vesselin Nedkov is one of the three Bulgarians who were taken as hostages in the Moscow Theater. He answered questions of Martina Iovcheva over the phone from the Moscow hospital.
Yuri Kovalenko is RIA Novosti correspondent in Bulgaria. Lives in Bulgaria since 2000.
Mr. Maxim Makarichev is special correspondent of Russian Governmental Journal "Rossiiskaya Gazeta".
Vassil Vulkov is press attache of the Bulgarian Embassy in Moscow. Mr.
Mr. Ram?n Perez-Maura is assistant editor of the Madrid daily ABC.
Dr. Luise Druke has been Representative, UNHCR Branch Office for Bulgaria, Sofia since 2000.
Mr. Kalman Mizsei has been UNDP Assistant Administrator and Director of the Regional Bureau for Europe and CIS and Assistant Secretary General of the United Nations since February 2001.
Mr. Peter Petri, dean of the Graduate School of International Economics and Finance at Brandeis, has recently accepted the position of economic advisor to the Bulgarian government.
Former rhythmic gymnastics world champion Lili Ignatova is again stirring excitement throughout the nation. Two decades after she had repeatedly thrown Bulgaria into hysteria of joy by wining competition after competition, Ignatova is staging a dance show
Robert Smith is Financial Advisor with the Department for International Development (DFID), the UK Government department working to promote sustainable development and eliminate world poverty. Technical advisor to the FIRST Management Unit.
Christine Milner is the managing director of The Sofia Echo, a weekly English-language newspaper published in Bulgaria. The goal of the newspaper (founded in April 1997) and its website is to provide a source of information on Bulgaria for those living in
Mr. Muravchik is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
Mr. Perske was born, raised, and attended university in California, receiving his Master's Degree in administration from UCLA.
Mr. Jean-Paul Carteron is chairman and founder of the prestigious Crans Montana Forum and Monaco World Summit.
H.E Jose Angel Lopez Jorrin has been Spain's Ambassador to Bulgaria since 2001.
Tony Regan chairs the Board of the Directors of Traditzia, a charity gallery, while working as a EU pre-accession advisor with the British Embassy in Sofia. Traditzia's main goal is to aid disabled children, orphans, single mothers and artisans whose tale
Oliver Hillel is the Tourism Program Coordinator for UNEP's Division of Technology, Industry and Economics based in Paris, France. A biologist with a Master's Degree in Environmental Education and MBAs on Managerial Accounting and Hotel Management, Mr.
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