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Nadezhda Neynsky

Nadezhda Neynsky,[1] previously known as Nadezhda Nikolova Mihaylova (Bulgarian: Надежда Николова Михайлова) (born 9 August 1962 in Sofia) is a Bulgarian politician. In the past, she was Minister of Foreign affairs (1997–2001), head of Union of Democratic Forces (March 2002 – October 2005) and Member of the Bulgarian Parliament (37th, 38th, 39th and 40th Narodno Subranie). Since 2009, she has been a Member of European Parliament.


She left the "SDS" bulgarian party at November 26, 2012 after 21 years of membership in the party - on the following grounds.

Member of the National Union of Civil Society UNITY of December 8, 2012

Since 2009 Member of the European Parliament, the European People's Party (Hristyandemokrati). Member of the Committee on Budgets and co Resident on Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), the Committee on Budgets. Member of the Delegation to the EU-Russia Member of the Delegation for relations with the NATO Parliamentary Assembly and Deputy Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Deputy Member of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence, Substitute member of the Delegation for relations with Maghreb countries and the Arab Maghreb Union.

In May 2012, she founded together with the Austrian MEP Paul Rübig and the Danish MEP Bendt Bendtsen a new organization called SME Europe, the pro-business organization within the European People's Party, which aims at improving the situation of small and medium-sized enterprises all across Europe. Currently, she holds the position of President.[2]

Vice-President of the National Assembly of Bulgaria (2008-2009). MP in the 40th National Assembly, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, member of the Committee on European Integration (2005-2009). Chairman of the Parliamentary Group of United Democratic Forces (2002-2005). MP in the 39th National Assembly, Member of the Foreign Affairs Committee and the Committee on National Security and Defence (2001-2005). MP in the 38th National Assembly (1997). MP in the 37th National Assembly, member of the Foreign Affairs Committee. Member of the Bulgarian delegation to the Council of Europe. Chairman of the Committee for Parliamentary and Public Relations Assembly (1994-1997).

Minister of Foreign Affairs (1997-2001). Vice-President of the Union of SMEs to the European People's Party from 2007 to 2011 Vice-President of the European People's Party, co-chair of the Committee on International Relations of the European People's Party (1999-2006). Chairman of the Union "Right Alternative" (2006). President of the Union of Democratic Forces (2002-2005). Vice-President of the Union of Democratic Forces (1994-1997). A spokesman for the center-right government and head of the press office of the Council of Ministers (1991-1993). Spokesperson and Head of Press Office of the Union of Democratic Forces during the election campaign (1991). Head of "International Relations" in Radical Party (1990-1991).

Chairman of the Board of the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises in Bulgaria (2007). Member of the Advisory Group of the Southern Leaders' Round Tables (SLRT) to the Special Branch Cooperation among Developing Countries (Special Unit for South-South Cooperation) (2006). Member of the International Advisory Committee to the "Democracy Coalition Project", in partnership with the Foundation "Bertelsmann", organization "Freedom House" and the Ghana Centre for Democratic Development (2006). President of the Institute for Democracy and Stability in Southeast Europe (2004).

Spanish Language High School, Sofia (1975-1980). MA in American Studies from Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" (1980-1985). Certificate issued by the U.S. Congress to participate in the program, foreign policy and public relations at the office of Congressman David Drier (Republican Party) (1991). Course in Public Relations, BBC, London (1993). Course in negotiating and reaching agreements resistant, John Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (2008). Freelance journalist (1986-1988). Translator of Spanish poetry and English literature (1988-1990).

Golden Plate award of the Academy of Achievement, Order of Denmark, first degree awarded the Medal of the Republic of Malta, Venice Honour, Knight of the Legion of Honor, France Cross of the Order of public office by the King of Spain , awarded the Medal of tolerance organization B'nai B'rith.


In 1983 Nadezhda married Kamen Mikhailov and have two daughters - Violeta and Nina. In 2006, Nadezhda and Kamen got divorced. [2] On October 3, 2009 Nadezhda Mihaylova married Svetlin Neynski at the Embassy of Bulgaria in Madrid.


External links

  • Personal website
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