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Rețeaua Progresistă-Globalistă cu Nume și Prenume : 2. Organizația "Friends Of Europe" - Membri de Vază
Soros și alți Bilderbergi - controlează și finanțează organizații derivate ale Grupului Bilderberg cum sunt :
Bilderbergul Carl Bildt este șeful organizației "European Council on Foreign Relation" acolo unde sunt membri de rând: Klaus Iohannis (care a negat în mod penibil căci apărea pe site-ul lor. Iohannis a spus însă că "va fi bucuros și mândru să fie membru după președinție"), Monica Macovei, Alina Mungiu Pippidi, Daniel Dăianu
Bilderbergul Etienne Davignon este șeful organizației "Friends of Europe" acolo unde Dacian Cioloș e membru de încredere ("trustee member") - (organizație "Friends of Europe e finanțată de SOROS, care e și Stakeholder - director în Consiliu de Supraveghere)
Friends of Europe - Membri de Vază
Notă: Apartenența La Grupul Bilderberg și la alte Organizații progresisto-globaliste (ex. Comisia Trilaterală, eCFR, etc) nu e completă, am pus-o doar pentru câțiva.
"Transparentul" progresist Julien Cioloș și-a șters poza de pe site-ul "Friends of Europe" după dezvăluirea apartenenței sale la această organizație făcută în premieră în România de Fluierul.ro, dar desigur că în realitate, apare în continuare ca membru al acestei organziații
Friends Of Europe e înregistrată ca Organizație de Lobby pe lângă Uniunea Europeană (vezi mai jos detaliile de înregistrare ca organizație de lobby la UE).
Friends Of Europe - Membri de Vază
Etienne Davignon (Bilderberg, fost șef al Grupului Bilderberg, actualul șef al "Friends of Europe")
President of Friends of Europe, Belgian Minister of State and former European Commission Vice-President
Etienne is one of the few statesmen in Europe who has been actively involved in EU affairs from the beginning, from his early role as Chief of Staff to Paul-Henri Spaak to today. He has held high-level positions in both the public and private sectors, including as Vice-President of the European Commission, President of the Société Générale de Belgique, first President of the International Energy Agency and through various board mandates.
Joaquín Almunia (Bilderberg, fost vicepreședinte al Comisiei Europene în perioada 2010-2014 în comisia Bilderbergului Barroso - rol pe care îl are astăzi Bilderbergul Frans Timmermans în comisia Juncker)
Visiting Professor at LSE and Sciences Po Paris and Vice-President of the European Commission (2010-2014)
Joaquín Almunia is Visiting Professor at LSE and Sciences Po Paris and an experienced politician who was responsible for competition policy at the European Commission. From 2010 to 2014, he has led the efforts to control the state aid granted to banks during the crisis and ensure fair competition between businesses and companies. Prior to that, he was responsible for Economic and Monetary Affairs during European Commission President Barroso’s previous mandate.
Head of Department of Economic Policy at Corvinus University, Budapest and European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (2010-2014)
László Andor is a Hungarian economist and politician. He currently holds the position of Head of Department of Economic Policy at Corvinus University in Budapest and is a Senior Fellow at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin. He was also European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion during José Manuel Barroso second term. Before his time as Commissioner, he was a Member of the Board of Directors of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), representing the Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary and Slovakia.
Michel Barnier (Bilderberg, fost Comisar european între 2010 - 2014 în Comisia Barroso, actualul negociator șef pentru Brexit din partea UE - așa cum vedeți Bilderbergii au mare grijă ca să negocieze chiar ei Brexitul)
European Commission lead Brexit negotiator and European Commissioner for Internal Market and Services (2010-2014)
Michel Barnier is a French politician with a particular expertise in security and defence policy. He currently serves as the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator. Previously, he was elected as Member of the European Parliament and the President of the French Delegation of the EPP. Afterwards, he worked as European Commissioner and then Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of Internal Market and Services.
Enrique Barón Crespo
President of the International Yehudi Menuhin Foundation and European Parliament President (1989-1992)
Enrique Barón Crespo is a Spanish politician, economist and lawyer. A Member of European Parliament for over twenty years, he served as President of the European Parliament and of the Socialist Group in the European Parliament. Additionally, he chaired the Foreign Affairs Committee and the International Trade Committee of the European Parliament. He is the author of numerous books on a range of global and European issues, which were translated in several other languages.
Prime Minister of Luxembourg
Xavier Bettel is a Luxembourgish politician and lawyer who serves as the 24th Prime Minister of Luxembourg after succeeding Jean-Claude Juncker. Before becoming Prime Minister, he has held posts as Mayor of Luxembourg City, Member of the Chamber of Deputies and Member of the Luxembourg City communal council. Parallel to the beginnings of his political career, he has also practised as a lawyer, having studied, amongst others, Public and European Law.
Carl Bildt (Bilderberg, Co-Președinte al celeilalte organizații progresiste cheie "eCFR - European Council on Foreign Relations", acolo unde e?/era membru și Iohannis care și-a șters și el poza, și unde e membru și Pippidi)
Co-Chair European Council on Foreign Relations, Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs (2006-2014) and former Swedish Prime Minister
A renowned international diplomat, Carl Bildt led the Swedish government that negotiated and signed Sweden’s accession to the EU and modernised its welfare system. He later served as Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs and was one of the initiators of the EU’s Easter Partnership and of EU engagement in the Middle East. Most recently, he chaired the Global Commission on Internet Governance that produced original research and recommendations on topics such as cyber security, internet freedom and the dark web.
Professor at ESCP Europe and Diplomatic Advisor to Helmut Kohl (1987-1998)
Joachim Bitterlich is a lawyer and former German diplomat. He was adviser to Helmut Kohl, first for European politics and then leading the Department for Foreign, Development and Security Policy at the Federal Chancellery. Throughout his diplomatic career, he served in Algeria, Spain and as the German Ambassador to NATO. With his extensive experience on China, Bitterlich is also Vice-President of the Comité France-Chine, Member of the China Advisory Council and was the first European to be invited to take part in the annual Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) in 2001. Currently, he works as a professor at ESCP Europe in Paris.
Prof. Joachim Bitterlich, CBE - la nivelul anului 2013
Franziska Katharina Brantner
Member of the German Bundestag and Member of the European Parliament (2009-2013)
Franziska Katharina Brantner is a German politician. Since 2013, she is Member of the German Parliament for the Green Party where she has served as Chairwoman of the parliamentary Sub-Committee for Civilian Crisis Prevention and as member of the Committee on Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth. Previously, she was a Member of the European Parliament where she worked, amongst others, on foreign affairs, security and defence issues. As such, she was member of the Peace and Security Commission of the Green national party and one of the authors of the party's manifesto for the European election in 2009.
Elmar Brok (L-a susținut pe Iohannis la alegerile prezidențiale din 2014 după ce anterior a propus amprentarea românilor și bulgarilor care ajung în Germania)
Member of the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs
Elmar Brok has been a Member of the European Parliament since 1980, best known for his role as chairman of the European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs from 1999 to 2007. Brok has held many leadership positions in German and European politics. As a member of the Convention on the Constitution for Europe and in the Committee on Constitutional Affairs, Brok is widely credited with contributing crucially to the Constitution of the European Union. He is currently the President of the Union of European Federalists (UEF).
Advisor to Fair Observer and Prime Minister of Ireland’s Rainbow Coalition government (1994-1997)
John Bruton is an Irish politician and former Taoiseach who played a pivotal role in developing Ireland's relations with the European Union. During his tenure, Ireland held the Presidency of the European Union and was instrumental in finalising the Stability and Growth Pact. After a long career in Irish politics with several ministerial posts, he served as the Ambassador of the European Union to the United States and as Vice-President of the European People's Party (EPP). He currently works as an Advisor to Fair Observer, a nonprofit media organisation.
Pat Cox (Bilderberg)
President of Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe and President of the European Parliament (2002-2004)
Pat Cox is an Irish politician and former television current affairs presenter. During his political career, he served as a Member of the European Parliament for over fifteen years and also as President of the European Parliament. Among other achievements, he received the 2004 Charlemagne Prize for his efforts in the eastward expansion of the European Union. After his tenure as MEP, Cox became President of the European Movement International in Brussels until 2010 and currently serves as the President of the Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe in Lausanne.
Senior Advisor to the European Community Humanitarian Office (1993-1998) and former European Commission Representative to Turkey
Robert Cox is a seasoned journalist and senior EU civil servant. After a start in journalism with the “The Economist” in London and later in central Africa, he embarked on a second career with the European Commission. A spell in policy and economics work and international negotiations in the development field was followed by appointment as Head of the European Commission’s Mission in Turkey. On return to Brussels he held senior policy and management posts with the Commission’s information services. After a detachment to Yugoslavia with the EC Monitoring Mission he served as Deputy Head of the new Humanitarian Office ECHO.
Member of the Board of the National Bank of Romania and former Finance Minister of Romania
Daniel Daianu has held various positions in the political and economic sphere and has authored several books on European and economic issues. A Romanian politician, author, professor of economics, he currently serves as Member of the Board of the National Bank of Romania. Formerly a Finance Minister of Romania, Daianu was the Chief Economist of the National Bank of Romania and later became Member of the European Parliament.
Alexander De Croo
Belgian Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Digital Agenda and Trustee of Friends of Europe
Alexander de Croo is a Flemish liberal politician, economist and businessman who leads the Belgian government’s efforts to improve digital growth and development. Most notably, he initiated the establishment of an advisory board called “Digital Minds for Belgium”, made up of the country’s top ICT experts, and launched an ambitious action plan “Digital Belgium”, aimed at positioning the country as one of Europe’s top three digital member states. This digital revolution includes developing 1,000 new start-ups, creating 50,000 new jobs, and achieving an electronic government by 2020.
Jaap de Hoop Scheffer
President of the Dutch Advisory Council on International Affairs and NATO Secretary General (2004-2009)
Jaap de Hoop Scheffer is a Dutch politician who prominently served as the 11th Secretary General of NATO. Previously, he worked for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and at the Dutch delegation at NATO headquarters in Brussels. He now works as President of the Advisory Council on International Affairs (AIV) of the Netherlands, an independent body which advises government and parliament on foreign policy. Furthermore, he was appointed to the Pieter Kooijmans Chair for Peace, Law and Security at Leiden University.
European Investment Bank Representative to the EU institutions, and former Secretary of State for European Affairs and Economic Policy
Mikolaj Dowgielewicz is a Polish politician who currently serves as Director General at the European Investment Bank (EIB) and as the Head of its Brussels Office. Previously, he worked in the Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, served as Chairman of the Polish Government's Committee for European Affairs and ultimately became Polish Minister for European Affairs. Additionally, he served as Vice-Governor of the Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB).
Romanian diplomat and Assistant Secretary General for emerging security challenges at NATO (2013-2017)
Sorin Ducaru is a renowned Romanian diplomat. Until recently, he worked as Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges at NATO. Prior to his appointment, he served as Romania’s Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Council for over seven years. Ducaru twice received the title of “Ambassador of the Year” from the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania.
Member of European Parliament Delegation for relations with Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo
Tanja Fajon is a politician and journalist, currently serving as Member of the European Parliament. A passionate advocate of freedom of movement and its economic benefits, Fajon was previously the European Parliament rapporteur on the visa liberalisation process for the Western Balkans. In this position, she was instrumental in helping Albania as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina win the right to visa-free travel to Europe.
Co-President of the European Green Party and Member of the European Parliament (1999-2009)
Monica Frassoni is an Italian politician who currently surves as the Co-President of the European Green Party. Prior to that, during her time as Member of the European Parliament, she was Co-Chair of the European Greens–European Free Alliance group in the European Parliament. Previously she served for ten years as an officer of the Greens group in the European Parliament and was Secretary General of the Young European Federalists. In 2010, she co-founded and is the current President of the European Alliance to Save Energy an organisation which aims to promote and advocate energy savings and a new energy model.
Czech Special Envoy to the OSCE and the Western Balkans and EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy (2010-2014)
Štefan Füle is a Czech politician and diplomat who currently serves as the Czech Special Envoy to the OSCE and the Western Balkans. Having started his career in the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs, he worked as Czech Ambassador to Lithuania and to the UK, as well as becoming Czech Permanent Representative to NATO. In 2010, he became the EU Commissioner for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy where he was instrumental in setting up and developing the Eastern Partnership with six countries in Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus.
Member of the Board of Directors at IRE and Executive Officer at SCK-CEN, The Belgian Nuclear Research Centre
Catherine Gernay is an expert and consultant in science policy. She holds a licenciate and doctorate in economics and spent part of her research at Harvard Business School. She then worked at the Science Policy Ministry of the Belgian government. She is currently Member of the Board of Directors at the National Institute for Radioelements (IRE) and Executive Officer at The Belgian Nuclear Research Centre (SCK-CEN).
Vice-Chair of the European Parliament Committee of money laundering, tax avoidance and tax evasion and Trustee of Friends of Europe
An established and experienced diplomat, Ana Gomes has cemented a reputation as a strident supporter and defender of democracy, human rights, social justice and the rule of law. She has previously been involved in the EU Middle East Peace Process and has led several EU election observation missions in Africa and South-East Asia. Gomes has become a vocal critic of the maladministration of EU law by multinational corporations to minimise tax costs and the negative impact this has on European citizens, governance and society.
Member of the European Parliament (2009-2017)
Sylvie Goulard is a French politician who currently serves as Deputy Governor at Banque de France. Previously, she was Member of the European Parliament and, having been appointed by Emmanuel Macron, Minister of the Armed Forces in the French government. She is also the former President of the Mouvement européen-France, the oldest pluralist association defending the European ideal, and was a founder of the Spinelli Group. Additionally, Goulard continues to write regularly in a wide range of both and international newspapers.
President of the Anna Lindh Foundation and President of the French National Assembly's Foreign Affairs Committee (2012-2017)
Elisabeth Guigou is a French politician. As a Member of the European Parliament, she, together with Elmar Brok, represented the Parliament in the negotiations that produced the Amsterdam Treaty. Afterwards, she turned to French domestic politics, having been elected to the National Assembly for the Socialist Party and then serving first as Minister of Justice and then as Minister of Employment. Until 2017, Guigou worked as President of the French National Assembly's Foreign Affairs Committee. Currently, she is the President of the Anna Lindh Foundation.
Toomas Hendrik Ilves
Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Stanford University and President of the Republic of Estonia (2006–2016)
Toomas Hendrik Ilves is an Estonian politician and currently Distinguished Visiting Fellow at Stanford University. After many years living and working in the United States, Ilves became Ambassador of Estonia to the United States after Estonia had restored its independence. Later, he served as Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Chairman of the People's Party. Having been Member of the European Parliament, Ilves was elected as the fourth President of the Republic of Estonia in 2006, a position which he fulfilled for a decade.
Baron Daniel Janssen (Bilderberg - membru în comitetul director al Grupului Bilderberg, membru al comitetului executiv Comisia Trilaterală)
President of the Board of Directors of Solvay (1998-2006), and Member of the Executive Committee of the Trilateral Commission
Baron Daniel Janssen is a Belgian businessman. Having worked at the Union Chimique Belge as an engineer, he successively became Director of Research and Development and then President of the Executive Committee. Afterwards, he became first CEO and then President of the Board of Directors of Solvay. Additionally, Janssen was a member of the Executive Committee of the Trilateral Commission.
French Ambassador to the UK, Elysée's Secretary General (2014-2017), and French Secretary of State for European Affairs (2007-2008)
An experienced French diplomat and politician, Jean-Pierre Jouyet currently serves as the Ambassador of France to the United Kingdom. Previously, he held the position of Secretary-General of the Presidency of the Republic in François Hollande’s government. Additionally, he served as French Secretary of State for European Affairs where one of his missions was to make the necessary preparations for France's Presidency of the Council of the European Union in the second half of 2008.
Managing Director of the think tank Re-Define
Sony is the Director of the international think-tank Re-Define. He is an influential economist, financial sector expert and development practitioner. Sony advises the EU, central banks, large investors, governments, regulators and multilateral institutions on economic, fiscal, investment and financial policy. He has a multidisciplinary role at the London School of Economics as Strategy Adviser to the Systemic Risk Centre and Senior Visiting Fellow in Development and Public Policy. He is also a special adviser to the UNEP on green finance. Before Re-Define, Sony worked for ICICI, India’s largest investment bank. Sony co-founded the International Tax Justice Network, Europeans for Financial Reform and Finance Watch, and launched the inter-governmental Illicit Finance Task Force. His substantial contribution to financial reform, tackling the euro crisis and promoting development has been recognised by the World Economic Forum naming him a Young Global Leader and by the Royal Society of Arts electing him a Fellow.
President of the United Nations General Assembly, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic
Miroslav Lajčák is an experienced Slovak diplomat and the current Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic. Parallel to this, he also serves the President of the United Nations General Assembly. At the beginning of his diplomatic career, Lajčák was posted to the Czechoslovak and subsequently the Slovak embassy in Moscow. Then, he worked as the Ambassador of Slovakia in the Western Balkan countries, after which he took up the post as High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Pascal Lamy (Bilderberg, Honorary President of Notre Europe - Jacques Delors Institute)
Honorary President of Notre Europe - Jacques Delors Institute, and Director General of the World Trade Organisation (2005-2013)
Pascal Lamy is a French politician and author. As a Member of the French Socialist party, he was Chief of Staff for the President of the European Commission, Jacques Delors. Afterwards, he returned to Brussels to become the European Trade Commissioner and then served for two consecutive terms as General Director of the World Trade Organization (WTO). In a 2014 poll casted by the British magazine Prospect, he was selected among the top 50 of the world’s leading thinkers.
Member of the Board of the John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation
Spiros Latsis is a Greek businessman and Member of the Board of the John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation which helps to fund programs in the areas of education, scientific research, social welfare, and culture. He is a board director of EFG International while also having a stake in oil company Hellenic Petroleum and Lamda Development, a publicly traded real estate developer active in southeastern Europe.
Secretary General of the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA), and former Prime Minister of Belgium
Yves Leterme is a Belgian politician who has held a variety of political posts in Belgium. After starting his career as an Alderman in his home town of Ypres, he became a Member of Parliament in the Chamber of Representatives, Group Chairman and leader of the opposition. Eventually, he served as Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs and, later on, Belgian Prime Minister. During his tenure as Prime Minister, Belgium held the Presidency of the European Union. He currently serves as the Secretary-General of the intergovernmental organisation International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA).
Linas Antanas Linkevičius
Lithuanian Minister of Foreign Affairs
Linas Antanas Linkevičius is an experienced Lithuanian politician and diplomat and the current Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania. Having chaired the Committee on Foreign Affairs Member of the Seimas, the Parliament of the Republic of Lithuania, he embarked on a diplomatic career in the Lithuanian Foreign Service. He served, for instance, as the Head of the Lithuanian Mission to the WEU and NATO and as Permanent Representative of Lithuania to the North Atlantic Council before becoming Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Executive Chair of the World Energy Council’s Energy Trilemma Initiative and Director General of the European Commission (2002-2014)
Philip Lowe is a distinguished British EU policy veteran. He joined the European Commission in 1973, and held a range of senior posts as Head of Cabinet and Director in the fields of regional development, agriculture, transport and administration, before becoming Director-General of the Directorate-General Development in 1997. Later on, he headed the Directorate-General Competition and then Directorate-General Energy. Afterwards, Lowe served as one of five non-executive directors of the British Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) Board. He is currently Executive Chair of the World Energy Council’s Energy Trilemma Initiative.
Mario Monti (Bilderberg - membru în Comitetul Director, Trustee of Friends of Europe, membru executiv în Comisia Trilaterală, fost prim-ministru tehnocrat al Italiei 2011-2013)
Prime Minister of Italy (2011-2013) and Trustee of Friends of Europe
A distinguished economist, Mario has cemented his reputation as a committed supporter of the single currency and a talented negotiator leading a government of technocrats in the wake of the Italian debt crisis in late 2011. Most recently, Mario chaired the High Level Group on Own Resources, a consultative committee of the European Union, aimed at proposing new forms of revenue for the European Union’s budget, which resulted in the final report “Future Financing of the EU” arguing for new tax sources.
Member of the European Parliament, and former Prime Minister of Slovenia
Alojz Peterle is a Slovenian politician and Member of the European Parliament, where he is currently chairing the Delegation to the EU-former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Joint Parliamentary Committee. Before his time as an MEP, he became the first democratically elected Prime Minister of Slovenia. During his mandate Slovenia introduced major democratic reforms and became an independent sovereign state. Additionally, Peterle has invested considerable efforts in raising the political awareness of fighting and preventing cancer.
Andris Piebalgs (Fost Comisar european pentru Dezvoltare între 2010 - 2014 în comisia Barroso)
European Commissioner for Development (2010-2014)
Andris Piebalgs is an experienced Latvian politician who occupied key positions in both national and European political fields. He is currently member of the Latvian political party UNITY. Previously, he worked in the Latvian Diplomatic service, first serving as the Ambassador of Latvia in Estonia where he helped to solve the sea border issue between the two states. He went on to become the Latvian Ambassador to the EU helping to establish Latvia as the EU candidate country. Afterwards, Piebalgs served as the European Commissioner for Energy, then as European Commissioner for Development.
Chairman of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung and President of the European Parliament (2007-2009)
Hans-Gert Pöttering is a long-serving and highly-decorated German politician and who currently serves as the Chairman of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. He was the only deputy who has been Member of the European Parliament continuously since the first direct election in 1979 until 2014. Apart from positions on various committees and subcommittees, he also served for two years as President of the European Parliament.
Paul Révay (European Director of the Trilateral Commission)
European Director of the Trilateral Commission
Paul Révay was the experienced European Director of the Trilateral Commission, a non-governmental, non-partisan discussion group which was founded to foster substantive political and economic dialogue across the world. He also works as a consultant on various topics.
Chairman of the Dutch Advisory Committee on Migration Affairs and Director General of the European Commission (2011-2014)
Koos Richelle is a Dutch lawyer and high-ranking civil servant who currently serves as Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Migration Affairs, an independent committee that advises the Dutch Government and Parliament on immigration law and policy. Previously, he was the Director-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Integration at the European Commission. Before working in European politics, he served in high-ranking positions in Dutch ministries, for instance, as Director-General for Welfare and Director-General for International Co-operation.
Member of the European Parliament, and Polish Minister for European Affairs (1991-1996, 2000-2001)
Jacek Saryusz-Wolski is a Polish diplomat and politician who is currently Member of the European Parliament. He was a Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, which he also chaired for two years, and served as Vice President of the European Parliament. Prior to his career in Brussels, Saryusz-Wolski became the first Polish Minister for European when this office was created in 1991.
Vice-Chair of the European Parliament Delegation for relations with the United States
Marietje Schaake, a Dutch politician and Member of the European Parliament, serves on the International Trade committee and is the spokesperson for the ALDE Group on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). Schaake also serves on the Committee on Foreign Affairs and the Subcommittee on Human Rights. She is the founder of the European Parliament Intergroup on the Digital Agenda for Europe. She has been called “Europe’s most wired politician” by the Wall Street Journal, “rising Dutch star” by CNN.
Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges Division at NATO
Jamie Shea has occupied a number of senior positions at NATO across a wide range of areas, including external relations, press and media, and policy planning. As NATO’s Spokesman, he was the face of NATO during the Bosnia and Kosovo conflicts. He later worked as the Director of Policy Planning in the private office of former Secretary General Rasmussen during the preparation of NATO’s 2010 Strategic Concept. Shea is also a regular lecturer and conference speaker on NATO and European security affairs.
Javier Solana (Bilderberg, fost șef al NATO 1995-1999)
President of ESADE Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics, EU High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy (1999-2009) and Secretary General of NATO (1995-1999)
Javier Solana is a Spanish physicist and politician. Considered one of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party’s (PSOE) leaders responsible for the transformation of the party in the post-Franco era, he held several ministerial posts in the Spanish government, serving as Minister for Culture, Minister of Education and Minister for Foreign Affairs. After a career in national politics, he became the 9th Secretary-General of NATO and, later on, the longest-serving High Representative for the Common Foreign and Security Policy. Solana is currently President of ESADE Center for Global Economy and Geopolitics in Spain.
Anna Terrón (Chair of the United Nations University Institute on Globalization)
Chair of the United Nations University Institute on Globalization, Culture and Mobility and Secretary of State for Immigration and Emigration of the Government of Spain (2010-2011)
Anna Terrón is a politician and currently Chair of the United Nations University Institute on Globalization, Culture and Mobility. Previously, she was a Member of the European Parliament for over a decade. She also served as the Secretary for the European Union within the Generalitat de Catalunya and as the Catalan Government Delegate to the European Union. Additionally, she held the position of Spanish Secretary of State for Immigration and Emigration.
Frans Van Daele
Belgian Minister of State, former Chief of Staff to the King of Belgium and Head of Cabinet to the President of the European Council (2009-2012)
Frans Van Daele is a long-standing diplomat in the Belgian Foreign Service. He served as Chief of Staff to the President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy and Chief of Staff to His Majesty the King of Belgium. In his diplomatic career, he was Deputy Permanent Representative of the Belgian Mission to the United Nations in New York and Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the European Union in Brussels, amongst others.
Herman Van Rompuy (Bilderberg)
President of the European Council (2009-2014) and Prime Minister of Belgium (2008-2009)
Herman Van Rompuy is a Belgian and European politician. He began his career in Belgian national politics, becoming Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Budget and was later elected to the Belgian Chamber of Representatives, finally serving as Prime Minister of Belgium. Praised as a consensus-builder, Van Rompuy was chosen unanimously to become the first full-time President of the European Council.
Professor at the University of Amsterdam and Belgian Deputy Prime Minister (1994–1995)
Frank Vandenbroucke is a Belgian politician and professor at the University of Amsterdam. His current research focuses on the impact of the EU on the development of social and employment policy in the EU Member States. Previously, he was Minister for Foreign Affairs and, later on, for Social Security, Health Insurance, Pensions and Employment in the Belgian Government. Furthermore, Vandenbroucke is the Chairman of a High-Level Group convened by Friends of Europe, which produced the report “Unequal Europe – Recommendations for a more caring EU”.
European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism, Sport, Media and Youth (2010-2014)
Androulla Vassiliou is a Cypriot politician. Previously, she was the European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth and Commissioner for Health. She is also very active in social and cultural fields particularly within the UN and EU. In Cyprus, she was twice elected to the Cyprus House of Representatives and represented the Parliament to the Convention for the Future of Europe as an alternate member.
Guy Verhofstadt ("Aliat de Nădejde al lui SOROS")
Leader of Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE) in the European Parliament and Prime Minister of Belgium (1999-2008)
Guy Verhofstadt is a Belgian politician who has served as the Leader of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Group and Member of the European Parliament since 2009. He was also one of the founders of the Spinelli Group and he was named the European Parliament's representative on matters relating to Brexit. Previously, he served as the Prime Minister of Belgium, Deputy Prime Minister of Belgium and Minister of Budget. Furthermore, Verhofstadt was a Member of the Chamber of Representatives for over twenty years.
Swedish Ambassador in Paris
An experienced diplomat, Veronika Wand-Danielsson currently serves as the Swedish Ambassador in France. Prior to this assignment, she has held several positions in the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was the Swedish Ambassador to NATO for seven years. During this period, Sweden has developed and strengthened its partnership with NATO, with its contributions to the missions in Afghanistan and Libya.
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