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Georgi Traykov Girovski, also known as Georgi Traikov (Bulgarian: Георги Трайков Гировски, 14 April 1898, Varbeni, Ottoman Empire (today Itea, Greece) - 14 January 1975, Sofia, Bulgaria), was a Bulgarian politician, leader of Bulgarian Agrarian National Union.
On April 23, 1964, he became head of state and chairman of the National Assembly of Bulgaria, following the death of Dimitar Ganev. He remained head of state until July 7, 1971 when the leader of the communist party, Todor Zhivkov, took that position. Nearly a year later, In April 1972, Traykov also gave up his position as chairman of the national assembly. 1972 - 1974 Traykov was First Deputy Chairman of the State Council.
Traykov won a Lenin Peace Prize in 1962.