Russia-Europe: mutual challenges

Aleksandra Dobolyi, Member of the Socialist Group at the European Parliament and Co-chair of the Committee for the CIS, the Caucasus and the Black Sea at the Socialist International

1971 – Born in Budapest
1994 – Studies Human Relations, Janus Pannonius University
1998 – Joins Foreign Ministry, responsible for EU affairs, Hungary
1998 – Joins Socialist Party Working Group on Foreign Affairs, Hungarian parliament
1999 – Studies Human Relations, Janus Pannonius University
2000 – Receives PhD, Pécs University and Eötvös Loránd University
2002 – Secretary for foreign affairs, Socialist Party, Hungarian parliament
2003 – Member, Ethics Committee, Socialist International
2005 – Co-chair, Committee for CIS countries, Socialist International
2007 – Foreign Policy Director, Socialist Party, Hungarian parliament

Today’s show is about the burning issues of mutual concern for Russia and the European Union. These issues span from the tense situation in the Caucasus to relations with the Republic of Belarus. To talk about it, our guest in the studio is Aleksandra Dobolyi, Member of the Socialist Group at the European Parliament and Co-chair of the Committee for the CIS, the Caucasus and the Black Sea at the Socialist International.