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General Todor Boyadzhiev, the former deputy of the Great National Assembly and former deputy head of the First Main Department of State Security, died yesterday at the age of 83, I News reported.

General Todor Boyadzhiev was born on October 10, 1939 in the city of Karnobat.

He graduated from high school in Burgas, and then radio engineering at MEI-Sofia.

He worked for more than 30 years in the Bulgarian intelligence service.

He started as a lieutenant intelligence officer and rose to the position of deputy head of the First Main Directorate of "State Security".

In 1990, he became the first chief secretary of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and received the rank of general.

In parallel with his career as an intelligence officer, he is the deputy trade representative of Bulgaria in the USA and a plenipotentiary minister in our mission to the United Nations in New York.

By decree of the governor of Oklahoma is an honorary ambassador of goodwill of the state.

Deputy in the 7th Supreme Court and the 39th National Assembly.

He is the author of more than 10 books on intelligence, some of which were published in Russian and English.

For the book "Kim Philby - The Spy - The Man" he was awarded the Russian Cold War Veteran medal.

Doctor honoris causa and honorary professor.

The pilgrimage will take place on November 29, Tuesday, in the "St. Archangel Michael" cemetery park in the capital's "Boyana" district.

It will start at 2:30 p.m. 

The journalist Plamen Angelov died