The government has appointed three new deputy ministers

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By order of the Prime Minister Kiril Petkov, three deputy ministers have been appointed. This was announced by the government information service.

Andrey Tsekov has been appointed Deputy Minister of Finance. Tsekov holds a Master's degree in Law from the Faculty of Law of Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski ”. He also has a postgraduate qualification in construction law from FIDIC. He holds a postgraduate degree in Business Law from the European Union with a specialization in "Protection of Competition" at Amsterdam Law School, the Netherlands, and a postgraduate degree in Strategic Management - Specialized Program for Senior Management at Stanford University, USA.

He has extensive professional and managerial experience in the private sector, gained in the field of management and control of investment projects in design and construction, administration of construction contracts, claims management and dispute resolution in the investment process and protection of competition. He was a member of the Management Board (2014-2016) and the Control Board (2016-2021) of the Chamber of Builders in Bulgaria. Co-founder and member of the Management Board of the Bulgarian Association for Construction Project Management (2015 - 2021).

Karina Angelieva has been appointed Deputy Minister of Innovation and Growth. Angelieva has a master's degree in European integration and contemporary history from Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski ”. In 2001 he started working at the Ministry of Education and Science, where he worked on topics related to Bulgaria's accession to the EU, European programs and policies related to research, innovation and development and others. In the period 2008-2013 she held the positions of Director of the Joint Innovation Center at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, expert "Project Management" at Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski ”and coordinator in the Agency for Sustainable Development. Karina Angelieva was Director General of the Structural Funds and International Educational Programs at the Ministry of Education and Science and in 2013 held the position of Advisor to the Permanent Representation of Bulgaria to the EU in Brussels in the sector of education, research and innovation. Since 2018, Karina Angelieva has worked as Deputy Minister of Education and Science, responsible for the development of research, European programs and international relations.

Dimitar Danchev has been appointed Deputy Minister of Economy and Industry. Dimitar Danchev is an economist by education, he obtained a bachelor's degree in International Economic Relations from the University of National and World Economy in Sofia, as well as a master's degree in social and economic sciences from the University of Economics in Vienna, Austria. He was a Member of Parliament in the 44th and 46th National Assemblies. In the previous years he worked in the private sector in management positions, as well as at the Ministry of Economy and Energy as head of the Department of Trade and Economic Affairs - Munich, Germany.

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