Novinite Invites You to 2014 Personality in the News Awards Ceremony on Monday
Bulgaria's largest English-language media outlet Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency) and the Bulgarian-language news service Novinite.bg kindly invite you to the awards ceremony of their 2014 Personality in the News annual polls.
The awards ceremony will take place at Sofia Art Gallery located at 1, Gen. Gurko Str.
The event will start at 6 p.m. on Monday, 23 March 2015.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov won the award in the Politics category in both the poll of Novinite.com and the one of Novinite.bg.
Former British Ambassador to Bulgaria Jonathan Allen won the annual poll in the Diplomacy section of the Novinite.com poll.
Serge Schmidt, General Manager Bulgaria and Greece at Italcementi Group, a First Class investor, is the 2014 Personality in the News in the Business category.
Renowned theater director Aleksandar Morfov won the first place in the Culture section, while Cosmin Moti, the Romanian star of PFC Ludogorets Razgrad, is the winner in the Sports category.
Ivanka Shalapatova, Executive Director of the For Our Children foundation, won the award in the Charity category.
Besides Boyko Borisov in the Politics section of the poll conducted by Novinite.bg, 2014 Personality in the News awards were also won by Telerik founders Vasil Terziev and Svetozar Georgiev (Business), French Ambassador to Bulgaria Xavier Lapeyre de Cabanes (Diplomacy), Junior Eurovision winners Krisia, Hasan and Ibrahim (Culture), top Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov (Sports) and Eureka Foundation's chairperson Kiril Boyanov (Charity).
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