|President of the United Nations General Assembly|
|Preceded by||Samir Shihabi|
|Succeeded by||Rudy Insanally|
July 23, 1955|
|Died||July 1, 2013
Greenwich, Connecticut, U.S.
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)
- "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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