3 July 2018 | 09:09


Dimitar Arnaudov was born on 30 April 1958 in the town of Gotze Delchev. He graduated the Moscow State Institute for International Relations, the International Relations major.

He started his career in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1986 serving an internship as junior attaché, attaché and third secretary in the Balkan Countries directorate, first secretary in the Southeastern Europe directorate, advisor and minister plenipotentiary in the Neighboring Countries directorate.

He was head of department in the Neighboring Countries directorate, acting director of the Neighboring Countries directorate and director of the Consular Relations directorate. He was also third and first secretary in the Bulgarian Embassy in Athens, Greece, advisor and charge d’affaires in the Bulgarian embassy in Dublin, Ireland.

In the 2012-2017 period he was ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the Republic of Bulgaria in the Republic of Albania.

He was appointed as foreign policy secretary of the President of the Republic by virtue of a decree as of 29 June 2018.

He is fluent in English, Greek and Russian.

Married with two children – a son and a daughter.