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|President of the United Nations General Assembly|
|Preceded by||Samir Shihabi|
|Succeeded by||Rudy Insanally|
July 23, 1955|
|Died||July 1, 2013
Ganev was born in Pazardzhik. He graduated at high school in mathematics (1973) and studied at the Faculty of law in the Sofia University (1979). He defended a thesis on constitutional law at the Moscow State University (1985).
- President of the United Nations General Assembly (1992 - 1993)
- Foreign minister of Bulgaria (November 8, 1991 – December 30, 1992)
- Deputy prime minister of Bulgaria (November 8, 1991 – May 20, 1992)
- Member of the Bulgarian Parliament from UDF (1990 - 1991, 1992 - 1993)
- President of the United Christian Democratic Union (former UDC, October 18, 1992 - May 16, 1993)
- Co-president of the United Democratic Center (UDC, April - July, 1990)
- Sofia University, in Constitutional Law (1979 - 1989)
- G. Dimitrov Higher Special Institut (now Academy of the Ministry of Interior)
- Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Germany, in International politics and law
- Rotary International, in International politics and law
- University of Bridgeport
- New York University
- Gold medal for peace for his contributions to the preservation of peace and security on the planet, the UN (1992)
- Great honorable Cross, the Association for the unity of Latin America (1992)
Ganev died, aged 57, in Greenwich, Connecticut, USA.
- "Bulgaria’s former foreign minister Stoyan Ganev dies at 57". The Sofia Globe. Retrieved 2013-07-03.
- "Elected President of the forty-seventh session of the General Assembly"
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