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Parvanov

(ˈpærvanɒf)
n
(Biography) Georgi. born 1957, Bulgarian politician: president of Bulgaria (2000–2012)
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SOFIA, July 11, 2011 (TUR) -- Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov formally welcomed Turkish President Abdullah Gul in Sofia on Monday.
Addressing the European Parliament in Brussels on 1 February, Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov called for two nuclear reactors in his country to be reopened, saying that their being shutdown is depriving the Balkans of an important source of energy.
Parvanov said he had been "provoked" by Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs's declaration, who two days earlier clearly ruled out a reopening of two reactors at Bulgaria's only nuclear power plant.
Parvanov said he had been "provoked by Energy Commissioner Andris Piebalgs's declaration," who two days earlier clearly ruled out a reopening of two reactors at Bulgaria's only nuclear power plant.
President (2002-2012) Georgi Parvanov has urged Prime Minister Boyko Borisov to step down over the Bulgarian candidates' performance at the last vote for UN Secretary General.
SOFIA, July 11, 2011 (TUR) -- Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov said Monday that there were certain problems between Turkey and Bulgaria but that they could be solved.
The incumbent Bulgarian President, Georgi Parvanov, won the second round of the Bulgarian elections on 29 October by an overwhelming majority (75.9% of the votes) against his ultra-nationalist opponent Volen Siderov (24,1%).
Maj Gen Rumen Radev, who resigned as Bulgaria's Air Force Commander on Monday, would be "more uniting" as a President than "any politician", President (2002-2012) Georgi Parvanov has said.
Gul attended the meeting with his Bulgarian counterpart Georgi Parvanov.
Left-wing Alternative for Bulgarian Revival (ABV) has endorsed former head of state Georgi Parvanov as its proposal for a joint presidential candidate with the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP).Former Labor Minister Ivaylo Kalfin has been selected as Parvanov's possible running mate, according to a press statement from the party which adds its members are ready to discuss a joint bid with a "wide range" of political organizations.
A majority of Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) members are keen on a joint presidential candidacy with ABV, a splinter-off party of Georgi Parvanov who is a former BSP leader, an internal referendum has shown.The BSP has held a poll among its members in which 72 382 have voted, 52% (or 37 596) of them saying the two parties should run jointly.Turnout involved nearly two-thirds of the party which had slightly over 100 000 members as of June 2016 (its predecessor, the Bulgarian Communisty Party, had around one million under the one-party system).