Marina Sereni

Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Italy

Marina Sereni is Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Italy. She has been Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation since 2019. In 2013, she was elected Deputy Vice-Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies and was a member of the Foreign and EU Affairs Committee. At the Congress of the Democratic Party in 2009, she took up the position of Vice-President of the Party’s National Assembly. She was member of the Foreign and EU Affairs Committee until 2006. In 2005 she became Head of the Organisation Office and contributed to the birth of the Democratic Party. She was elected for the first time to Parliament in 2001 and from December 2001 she was member of the National Secretariat of the Left Democrats in charge of Foreign Affairs.

FRINGE EVENTEngaging Iran – European and transatlantic perspectives on the JCPOA and security in the Gulf – 6 May 2021 – 16:55-17:50 (CEST)