Member of European Parliament
Sandra Kalniete is a politician, member of European Parliament from Latvia since 2009, experienced diplomat, former Latvian foreign minister and European Commissioner, writer, and one of the leaders of the Latvian independence movement. In the European Parliament, Sandra Kalniete works in the Committees on Foreign Affairs and International Trade, the Subcommittee on Security and Defence, as well as the Special Committee for foreign interference in all democratic processes in the EU, including disinformation, where she serves as Rapporteur. She is also actively engaged with issues related to the Eastern Partnership region, including support for democratic processes in countries, including Ukraine, Moldova, and Georgia. In autumn of 2019, Sandra Kalniete was re-elected as the Vice-Chair of the Group of the European People’s Party – the largest parliamentary group in the European Parliament. According to the rating of the NGO “VoteWatch Europe”, Sandra Kalniete is listed among the 100 most influential MEPs.
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