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Background Information

Employment History

Ambassador To Macedonia, for the Bulgarian National Television, Reporter

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences


Macedonian Ambassador To

South East Europe


Affiliations

DSW Inc

Board Member


Education

M.A. degree

History and Archaeology

St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia


Ph.D.

History

Bulgarian Academy of Sciences


Web References(5 Total References)


Appointments

www.cordmagazine.com [cached]

On April 30th, Mr. Angel Dimitrov presented his Letters of Credence to acting president Mrs. Slavica Ðukic-Dejanovic.
Prior to his appointment in Belgrade, Ambassador Dimitrov was a professor at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and head of the academic department. From 1989, prof. Dimitrov actively participated in the process of political changes in Bulgaria with great success. After being Consul General of Bulgaria in Skopje for two years (1992-1993), he was appointed as the Bulgarian ambassador to Macedonia where he served until 2001. Mr. Dimitrov holds an M.A. degree in History and Archaeology from St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia and attained his Ph.D. in History at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. He is married, with one son.


www.cordmagazine.com

On April 30th, Mr. Angel Dimitrov presented his Letters of Credence to acting president Mrs. Slavica Ðukic-Dejanovic.
Prior to his appointment in Belgrade, Ambassador Dimitrov was a professor at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and head of the academic department. From 1989, prof. Dimitrov actively participated in the process of political changes in Bulgaria with great success. After being Consul General of Bulgaria in Skopje for two years (1992-1993), he was appointed as the Bulgarian ambassador to Macedonia where he served until 2001. Mr. Dimitrov holds an M.A. degree in History and Archaeology from St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia and attained his Ph.D. in History at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. He is married, with one son.


Interview of the Day

www.seeurope.net [cached]

Ljubisha Georgievski , Macedonian Ambassador to Bulgaria , and Angel Dimitrov , Bulgarian Ambassador to Macedonia , for the Bulgarian National TelevisionReporter :Ambassador Georgievski , you observe the crisis in Macedonia from two points - as a citizen of Macedonia and as an Ambassador to Bulgaria so you could see it from the outside too.Do you think there is a valid explanation of this crisis , which to cover it entirely.Ambassador Georgievski :I think that we on the Balkans are now facing a total crisis and the crisis in Macedonia is a massive expression of this conflict.


macedonian.com.au

This view was recently taken by Angel Dimitrov, the former Bulgarian ambassador to Skopje (1994 - 2001) and former Consul General of Bulgaria in Skopje (1992 - 1994) in an interview with FOCUS News Agency: "I would say as recent months and years showed that the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia is incapable of taking measures with regard to resolving disputes with neighbouring countries, especially with those that are part of the EU".
He continues with: "the hate language is just a single element of the hate culture fostered in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia ever since 1944 (since the setting up of the Macedonian republic as a federal component of the Yugoslavian Communist Federation).


www.sofiaecho.com

The current policy resembled the communist-era habit of laying low when facing the unknown, former Bulgarian ambassador to Macedonia, Angel Dimitrov, said."Ambiguity can be interpreted as either double standards or indecisiveness," he said, commenting that Bulgaria should not only follow common decisions, but should propose decisions of its own.


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