Alexi Ivanov

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Alexi Ivanov Vasilev
15rd Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers
In office
26 December 1986 – 19 august 1987
President Todor Zhivkov, Prime minister of Bulgaria Georgi Atanasov
Preceded by Grigor Stoichkov
Succeeded by Not successor
4 Minister of agriculture and forestry
In office
24 mart 1986 – 19 December 1988
President Todor Zhivkov, Prime minister of Bulgaria Georgi Atanasov
Preceded by Alexander Petkov
Succeeded by Georgi Menov
5 Deputy Chairmen of the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union
In office
1 December 1976 – 2 December 1989
President Todor Zhivkov, Chairmen of Bulgarian Agrarian National Union Petur Tanchev
Preceded by Georgi Andreev
Succeeded by Viktor Valkov
Personal details
Born (1922-10-22)22 October 1922
Mihail Kogălniceanu, Tulcea, Romania
Died 9 June 1997(1997-06-09) (aged 74)
Sofia, Bulgaria
Political party Bulgarian Agrarian National Union (1947-1989),


Alexi Ivanov (born Alexe Bădărău on October 22, 1922 in Mihail Kogălniceanu, Tulcea – June 9, 1997 in Sofia) was a Bulgarian politician.

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He was Bulgarian Romanian and has Bulgarian Romanian father and mother Bulgarian. In 1940 he and his family went to Bulgaria, where Alexe Badarau unofficially changed its name to Alexi Ivanov.In 1943, Alexi Ivanov started his regular military service in the Bulgarian army - motorized troops and in 1944- 1945 a participant as a soldier in the war Battle of the Transdanubian Hills, Nagykanizsa–Körmend Offensive and Austrian operations in the composition of the First Army (Bulgaria) until May 1945.Alexi Ivanov has a wife Ivanika, one son Ivan, and one grandson Alexi.Alexi Ivanov he served as the Deputy Chairman of Council of Ministers, Chairman of the Council for Agriculture and Forestry Economy - member of the Council of Ministers and Minister of agriculture and forestry in the government of Georgi Atanasov, from March 24, 1986 until December 19, 1988 and Deputy chairman of the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union responsible for organizational political and ideological issues from December 1, 1976 until December 2, 1989 and as such he is the most faithful person of the chairman of the Agrarian Union during communism in Bulgaria Petur Tanchev and the head of state and leader of the Bulgarian Communist Party Todor Zhivkov people who raised him as Deputy Prime Minister and the Government and minister of agriculture. [1] An economist by trade, he also served in the Bulgarian parliament.

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