Andrey Kovatchev

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Andrey Kovatchev was born on 13 December, 1967 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Discover Andrey Kovatchev’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?

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Age53 years old
Zodiac SignSagittarius
Born13 December 1967
Birthday13 December
BirthplaceSofia, Bulgaria

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Timeline of Andrey Kovatchev


According to Dr. Andrey Kovatchev ’’The law is not a whim of the Minister of Foreign Affairs as his opponents present it, this is continuation of a battle, as old as the Bulgarian transition. The new legislation limits the influence of communist secret services collaborators on Bulgaria’s diplomacy. This battle is part of the struggle for transitional justice of the Bulgarian society.

Dr. Andrey Kovatchev has expressed on numerous occasions his concern about ’’the discrimination in North Macedonia, especially for the citizens who candid announced their Bulgarian self-consciousness. Unfortunately, in many cases these people have been abused and they have been victims of arbitrary judgments, denial of work rights, politically motivated arrests and imprisonment”.

Andrey Kovatchev is a supporter of the visa-free regime between the EU and all Western Balkan countries. He staunchly opposes to the tendency to restore the visa regime with some of them, because ’’the experience shows that visas hinders the citizens to become well acquainted with United Europe.’’

Andrey Kovatchev is among the supporters of common economic governance in the EU. He asserts that the single currency should be supported by economic and fiscal policies and coordination at supranational level. His views in this respect are federalist, namely, that the EU member states should overcome the intergovernmental instinct in the economic area and move quicker towards creation of supranational mechanisms in the field of economic policy. His opinion for the single currency and its economic base is that it won’t be stable when the countries do not work together on issues of economic and budgetary nature.


According to the President of the European Parliament, Jerzy Buzek who opened the conference: The Bulgarian opposition was important because it preserved European values – democracy, the right of ownership, the ideas of freedom of thought and expression – which are the basis of the European Union.


In 2012 Andrey Kovatchev was elected for Vice-Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the European Parliament.


From 2011 Dr. Andrey Kovatchev supports a website that brings to light the repressive methods of the communist regime in Bulgaria (1944–1989). This website- edited by Hristo Hristov – a journalist and participant in the conference – grew into the richest source of information on the former communist secret police in Bulgaria, the Bulgarian Communist party, as well as on documents concerning the influence of the communist secret police on the Bulgarian economic life after 1989 and the transition to democracy and market economy.

Dr. Andrey Kovatchev is a Member of the Working Group in the EP for Reconciliation of European Histories. He is the supporter of opening the communist archives of all former communist countries. In particular he supported the 2011 reform in the Bulgarian diplomatic service and legal changes made in 2011 by the Bulgarian Government seeking to limit the influence of the former State Security agents in the Bulgarian State and diplomacy.


President of the Union of European Federalists in Bulgaria and Vice-President of UEF from March 2010.

On 17 November 2010 Dr. Andrey Kovatchev organized a Conference in the European Parliament on The endured European Dream of Bulgaria 1944–1989. Senior leaders of the European Parliament and the EPP Group took part in the event, including the President of the European Parliament Mr. Jerzy Buzek, the President of the EPP Group Mr. Joseph Daul and the former President of the EP and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the ’’Konrad Adenauer’’ Foundation Dr. Hans – Gert Poettering.

A number of political ’’prisoners’’ from the communist era attended the conference. Among the participants were Bulgarians of Turkish origin persecuted during the so-called “Revival process” (a repressive campaign of the Bulgarian Communist Party in the 1980s which culminated in a mass exodus of reportedly more than 100,000 Bulgarian Turks), as well as many other citizens whose personal paths are connected with the communist repressive machine – the “State Security”.

In his role as a Member of the European Parliament, Dr. Andrey Kovatchev pays significant attention to the Western Balkans and their European perspective. He considers that the integration of Western Balkans is the only way to peace and prosperity in this region, Andrey Kovatchev has stated many times his support to the reformist governments with a European orientation. Andrey Kovatchev is an author of important amendments in EP the resolution on the 2010 Progress report on North Macedonia.

For the first time the Resolution “underlines the importance of the preservation and maintenance of the cultural heritage, which is a pillar of European values and principles” Furthermore the European Parliament “notes with regrets that numerous cemeteries, fresco inscriptions and artefacts, which belong to the Bulgarian cultural heritage, have been totally abandoned and ruined”.


2009 – 2014 Member of the European Parliament, Head of the Bulgarian Delegation in the EPP Group in the European Parliament, member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Subcommittee on Security and Defence, deputy member the Committee on Regional Development


From 2007 Andrey Kovatchev is a Vice- chairman of the Committee on Foreign Policy and European Affairs and Vice – International Secretary of political party GERB. Andrey Kovatchev became a Member of the European Parliament after the elections in 2009 form the ticket of PP GERB. Between March 2011 and November 2018 Andrey Kovatchev was vice-president of the Union of European Federalists. Furthermore he is a Chairman of the Union of the European Federalists in Bulgaria. Since January 2012 he is vice-chairman of AFET – Committee on Foreign Affairs of the European Parliament.


In the period 1995–1998 Dr. Andrey Kovatchev was a University assistant in Saarland University, Germany. Later he did a traineeship at the European Parliament. In 1998 he became a Commercial Director at Alfa Laval Agri and in 2002 he became a Commercial Manager for John Deere. Between 2004–2009 Andrey Kovatchev was a Regional Director for Central and East Europe for Elsevier.


Andrey Kovatchev has a degree in Biology form Saarland University, Germany (1990–1995). Later he obtained a PhD in Biology from the same university.


Dr. Andrey Kovatchev (Bulgarian: Андрей Ковачев ) (born 13 December 1967 in Sofia), is a Bulgarian politician, Member of the European Parliament, a federalist and Head of the Bulgarian Delegation in the EPP Group in the European Parliament. Dr. Andrey Kovatchev is a chairman of the Union of European Federalists in Bulgaria. Since 2011 he has also been its vice-president. In January 2012 he was elected vice-chair of AFET – Committee on Foreign Affairs of the European Parliament.

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