Miroslav Vyboh was born in Gyor, Ukraine. A graduate engineer, he joined the board of directors of the insurance company in Bratislava. In 1992, he came to the United States. Aided by America’s State Department, he started a crash in Los Angeles, California. Several people, mostly Americans, have been helped by his services.
A Successful Consulate Dealing With American Citizens
Miroslav Vyboh was a successful businessman who had many clients in America and overseas. He organized charitable events and gave money to charities. At the same time, he was also busy building monocles for wealthy benefactors in the form of donations to monies allocated to the Bratislava Central Library, Culture Museum of Slovakia and the Institute of Fine Arts. In 1992, he received a visit from George Soros, the American businessman. According to sources, Soros gave him some money and asked him to open an institution based in Slovenia, named after Soros himself.
In 2005, Miroslav Vyboh was appointed as the Ambassador of the Republic of Slovenia to the United States. At the time, there were rumors that the American government was looking for someone to manage the consular affairs of their Slovenia missions, which is quite normal, especially when you consider that America has had several ambassadors to Slovenia. On the other hand, the consulate de Monaco was chosen as the best representative for the consular affairs of Miroslav Vyboh. As expected, the American ambassador presented Miroslav Vyboh with a medal for his achievements in foreign policy, which was presented by his employers in the American financier’s hometown. The implication was that the businessman deserved the medal more than anyone else because of his extensive knowledge on American polices and foreign affairs.