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Uzbekistan, Tashkent, Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria

Head of Mission

head of mission

 

Georgi Prodanov

Charge d’Affaires of the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria

 

Date of birth: 28 January 1953

 

Education:

1973 – 1978 Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, Law

1983 – 1986 Diplomatic Academy – Moscow, Russia, “History of Foreign Relations”

 

Work experience:

1986  – up to now: Ministry of Foreign Affair of Bulgaria. Hold following positions:

- Dec.2013 –: Embassy of The Republic of Bulgaria in Tashkent. Charge d’Affaires a.i., Minister Plenipotentiary

- Oct.2013 – Dec.2013: “Eastern Europe and Central Asia” Directorate, “Caucasus and Central Asia” department. Head of department

- Sep.2011 – Oct.2013: Inspectorate of MFA.Senior Diplomat 1st degree

- Avg. 2007 – Avg. 2011: General Consulate of Republic of Bulgaria in Odessa, Ukraine.

Consul General

- Sept. 2005 – Jul. 2007: “Europe III” Directorate, “Caucasus and Central Asia countries” department. Head of department  

- Sept. 2002 – Sept. 2005: “Europe III” Directorate, “Caucasus countries” department. State expert

- 1999 – Sept. 2002: General Consulate of Republic of Bulgaria in Odessa, Ukraine. Counsellor

- 1997 – 1999: “CIS countries” department, “Ukraine and Moldova” division. Major expert

- 1994 – 1997: Bulgarian Embassy in Prague, Czech Republic. Head of Consulate department

- 1993 – 1994: Bulgarian Embassy in Warsaw, Poland. Counsellor

1990 – 1993: “East Europe and CIS countries” department. Expert and a head of division

1986 – 1990: Bulgarian Embassy in Warsaw, Poland. 3rd & 2nd secretary

 

Foreign languages: Russian, Polish, English, Czech

 

Diplomatic rank obtained at this moment: Minister Plenipotentiary

 

Awards: Awarded with the “Golden Laurel Branch” prize, the highest award of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria

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