Rumiana Jeleva


Rumiana Jeleva

Rumiana Jeleva (born on April 18, 1969 in Nova Zagora) is a Bulgarian politician of the political party "Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria" (GERB). In May 2007 she was elected as a Member of the European Parliament (MEP). In the European Parliament she is the Head of the Bulgarian Delegation in the EPP-ED Group. As an MEP she is active in the Committees on "Regional Development" and "Employment and Social Affairs", and the Delegation for relations with the Mashreq countries and the Delegation for relations with Iran. [www.rumiana-jeleva.eu]

Coming from Bourgas, a town adjacent to the Black Sea, she has been continuously involved in Black Sea cooperation programmes and projects. [www.rumiana-jeleva.eu]

Prior to being a member of the European Parliament she studied Sociology at the University of Sofia and earned a PhD from the University of Magdeburg, Germany. [ [http://www.europarl.europa.eu/members/public/geoSearch/view.do?country=BG&partNumber=1&language=EN&id=38609 Your MEPs : Introduction : Rumiana JELEVA ] ]

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