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Krassimir Ivandjiiski

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Krassimir Ivandjiiski (read more)

Krassimir Ivandjiiski (read more) - publicist, editor, journalist, one of the doyens of modern Bulgarian and European journalism and political thought, known inside and beyond Europe for four decades.

Krassimir Ivandjiiski is publisher and editor-in-chief of "Strogo Sekretno". (read more)

Krassimir Ivandjiiski (read more) is guest professor /lecturer/ in geopolitics, geo-economics and international relations, Doctor in Economics, Master`s Degree in Foreign trade.

Krassimir Ivandjiiski (read more) is author of more than 20,000 articles, analyses and screenplays in Bulgaria and elsewhere.

Krassimir Ivandjiiski (read more) is founder of the geopolitics and geo-economics in Bulgaria and Eastern Europe, member of international professional organizations. Awarded national and international prizes.

Krassimir Ivandjiiski (read more) is expert in international political, economic and financial structures.

Krassimir Ivandjiiski (read more) has covered for many years the high level forums of the Warsaw Pact and NATO, the EEC and the Council of Mutual Economic Assistance, the Conference for Security and Co-operation in Europe, the Negotiations for reduction of the armed forces and arms in Central Europe in Vienna, the Summits of the Non-aligned Movement and the Organization of African Unity.

Krassimir Ivandjiiski (read more) has been accredited to dozens of bilateral and international meetings and foums.

Krassimir Ivandjiiski (read more) was a special envoy before 1990 to the most important political and military conflicts.

Krassimir Ivandjiiski (read more) was the first journalist from Eastern Europe to enter the Republic of South Africa during the regime of apartheid before 1990.


1966: English college in Sofia
1971: Warsaw University of Planning and Economics, M. Sc. In Foreign Trade
1973: Ministry of Foreign Trade of Bulgaria, Dep. COMECON
1975: International Commentator of "Rabotnichesko delo" daily
1978: Head of Offices for Central Europe - Prague, Warsaw and Vienna
1985: Head of Offices for Africa - Zimbabwe and Ethiopia
1990: Leading political and economic analyst in Bulgaria, head of think- tank group
1994: Publisher and editor-in-chief of "Strogo sekretno"

During the last decades Krassimir Ivandjiiski has met with or inteviewed:
Olof Palme /1970/, Edward Gierek /1970/, Wojciech Jaruzelski /1970/, Piotr Jaroszewicz /1970/, archbishop Karol Wojtyla /1970/, Otta Shik /1970/, Willi Brandt /1972/, Francois Mitterrand /1972/, John Kenneth Galbraith /1972/, Todor Zhivkov /1975-1996/, Ali Nasir Muhhamad /1976/, Enrico Berlinguer /1976/, Mengistu Haile Mariam /1977,1986,1989/, Siad Barre /1977/, Bruno Kraiski /1978/, Babrak Karmal /1978,1984/, Alvaru Cunhal /1980/, Gustav Husak /1980/, Vaclav Havel /1980/, Alexei Kosygin /1984/, Nicolae Ceausescu /1984/, Indira Gandhi /1984/, Muammar Gaddafi /1986/, Joe Slovo /1986, 1988/, Samora Mashel /1986/, John Garang /1986/, Ali Salem Al Baidh /1986/, Sam Nujoma /1987/, Wini Mandela /1988/, Roelof /Pik/ Botha /1988/, Jose Eduardo Dos Santos /1988/, Oliver Tambo /1988/, Thabo Mbeki /1989/, Chris Hani /1989/ and others.

Ivandjiiski, 1978, 1986, 1990

Warsaw, Poland - 1966-1972

East and West Berlin - 1967-1971

Hitler's Wolfsschanze - 1970

Scandinavia: Sweden, Norway, Finland - 1968-1972

With the editors in chief of the Bulgarian and Polish officials newspapers - Bokov and Barecki,1975

Egypt, Lebanon, Libya - 1976

Havana,Cuba, with the Editor - in Chief of Granma Jorge Enrigue Mendoza,1975

Etiopia, Somalia, Djibouti - 1975-1990

South Jemen, Aden 1977, 1985,1988

West Siberia, USSR, the gas and oil regions 1976-1978

The Kursk Anomaly, USSR,1977

Prague, Warsaw, Vienna - 1978-1982

With the czechoslovak cosmonaut Vladimir Remek, Prague 1978

Afganistan, with the president Babrak Karmal, 1984

India, Delhi - with Indira Gandhi 1984

Zimbabwe-Harare, Zambia - Lusaka, Mozambique - Maputo 1984-1990

Nigeria - Lagos, Angola - Luanda 1986-1990

Sudan - Hartum, Libya - Tripoli 1986

Egypt - Luxor 1985

South Africa, Capetown - first journalist from Eastern Europe in apartheid SAR, nominated for Pulitzer, 1985

Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe - the Frontline countries, Conference of the nonaligned nations 1986

Malawi, Botswana, Lesoto - 1986-1988

Johannesburg, ANC - 1985-1989

Namibia, Independence - 1987-1989

Greece, Italy, Spain - 1980-1998

New York, USA, The United Nations - 2001,2002

Los Angeles ,California - 2003

Switzerland, Austria - 1984-2016

Safari, Africa:1975-1989

With the rarest wild predator on Earth - the high Alpine African black leopard

With some of the biggest African Trophies


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