Lyuben Berov

Lyuben Berov (Bulgarian: Любен Беров) (6 October 1925 in Sofia – 7 December 2006)[1] was a Bulgarian economist. He served as Prime Minister of Bulgaria in the 80th Government from 30 December 1992 to 17 October 1994.

Lyuben Borisov Berov
Любен Борисов Беров
Lyben Berov, Bulgarian Prime Minister.jpg
43rd Prime Minister of Bulgaria
In office
30 December 1992 – 17 October 1994
PresidentZhelyu Zhelev
Preceded byPhilip Dimitrov
Succeeded byReneta Indzhova (Acting)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Bulgaria)
In office
30 December 1992 – 23 June 1993
PresidentZhelyu Zhelev
Preceded byStoyan Ganev
Succeeded byStanislav Daskalov
Personal details
Born(1925-10-06)6 October 1925
Sofia, Bulgaria
Died7 December 2006(2006-12-07) (aged 81)
Sofia, Bulgaria
Political partyIndependent

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Political offices
Preceded by
Philip Dimitrov
Prime Minister of Bulgaria
Succeeded by
Reneta Indzhova
Preceded by
Stoyan Ganev
Foreign Minister of Bulgaria
30 December 1992 – 23 June 1993
Succeeded by
Stanislav Daskalov