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Vesselin Delchev

Vesselin Delchev holds a diploma cum laude as Master of International Public Law at MGIMO-Moscow. He holds certificate in International Law, International Relations and International Corporate Activity in Italy and France.

January 2003 to date: Director EU & International Affairs, Ministry of Health

  • EU integration and international relations
  • Implementation of EU acquis in the public health sector in Bulgaria
  • Bilateral agreements and programs, projects, high level visits and delegations
  • Signs certificates for mutual recognition of diplomas for Bulgarian medics abroad and EU medical staff in Bulgaria
  • Member of the High Level Committee on Public Health of the European Commission
  • Member of the CDSP Health Committee of the Council of Europe
  • Member of national committees
  • Board member of projects
  • Member of Governmental Group for International Cooperation for Development
  • Chief of Governmental Working Group on Public Health in the Council for EU Affairs

July 1997 January 2003: CEO and Owner

  • Representation of Italian companies and trade import of high quality products for the biggest chains of stores in Bulgaria
  • Member of the Consultative Committee of Italian Businessmen
  • Founding Member and Consellor of the Italian Trade Chamber in Bulgaria

September 1986 July 1997: Diplomat, Second Secretary, Consul of Bulgaria in Rome Italy

  • Accredited for the entire territory of Italy and San Marino
  • Diplomatic and consular functions, protocol and cultural activities
  • Board Member of the Diplomatic and Consular Club in Rome
  • Member of presidential, governmental and ministerial delegations

1988 1989: Attache' Third Secretary, Diplomat in Congo

  • Member of government delegations and missions

Decorated with the Order of Cavaliere della Repubblica Italiana by Presidential Decree – 1996
Decorated with the Order of Honour of the Vatican by Pope John Paul II – 1995

Vesselin Delchev has a good command of the English, French, Italian and Russian languages