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Evgeni Kirilov


Evgeni Kirilov

Evgeni Zahariev Kirilov (Bulgarian: Евгени Захариев Кирилов) (born 26 January 1945 in Lubichevo, Targovishte Oblast) is a Bulgarian politician. He is a member of the Coalition for Bulgaria, part of the Party of European Socialists, and became a Member of the European Parliament on 1 January 2007 with the accession of Bulgaria to the European Union. He was a member of the National Assembly of the Republic of Bulgaria, mainly active in the Committee on foreign affairs. [1]

On May 20, 2010, the European Parliament in Strasbourg, adopted the resolution[2] on "The need for an EU Strategy for the South Caucasus" on the basis of the report by Evgeni Kirilov.[3] The resolution states in particular, that "the occupied Azerbaijani regions around Nagorno-Karabakh must be cleared as soon as possible".[4][5]


  1. ^ Profile in the European Parliament website
  2. ^ Lena Badeyan. Author of the Res. 2216 may visit Armenia this fall. Radiolur. 30 June 2010
  3. ^ FM: Azerbaijan welcomes resolution "Need for EU Strategy for South Caucasus" adopted by European Parliament
  4. ^ Bulgarian MEPs Urge EU to Be Proactive in South Caucasus
  5. ^ European Parliament adopts resolution on South Caucasus

External links

  • European Parliament profile
  • European Parliament official photo
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