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Jana Hybášková

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[[Display born on::26 June 1965| ]]
Person.png Jana Hybášková   WebsiteRdf-icon.png
(diplomat, politician)
Born26 June 1965
Prague
PartyEuropean Democratic Party,  European People's Party

Career

2006 - Appointed member of the Steering Committee of the World Movement for Democracy
2004 to date - Member of the European Parliament (EPP-ED) - Committee on Foreign Affairs, Head of Interparliamentary Delegation for relations with Israel, Member of the Euro-Mediterranean Parliamentary Assembly - Committee on Economic and Financial Issues, Social Affairs and Education, Member in the Subommittee on Security and Defence, substitute in the Delegation for relations with Iran and Committee on Budgets.
2004 - Running for European Parliament, as independent, nominated by European Democrats, for EPP – ED.
2002-2004 - Ambassador of the Czech Republic to the State of Kuwait and Qatar.
2001-2002 - Ambassador, Adviser to the State Secretary for the European Affairs to the Czech Republic.
1997-2001 - Ambassador of the Czech Republic to the Republic of Slovenia.
1991-1997 - Director of the Middle East and North Africa Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czechoslovak Federal Republic and the Czech Republic.
1990-1991 - started work with the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Department of the Middle East, desk-officer for Maher.

Affiliations

[[Display born on::26 June 1965| ]] 

Event Participated in

EventLocation(s)
Democracy & Security International ConferenceCzech Republic
Prague


References

  1. Press Release, personal webiste; press release indicates that she was a co-signatory of the item. 20 June 2007 (Accessed: 16 March 2008)