The European Commission has appointed Manfred Kraff as its chief accounting officer and deputy director-general of budget. A German national and currently a director at the European Court of Auditors in Luxembourg, Kraff will take up his appointment in September, replacing Philippe Taverne, who moved in March to become director-general of the Commission’s internal audit service.
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Nathalie Sauze-Vandevyver of France has been appointed director in charge of agricultural legislation in the Commission’s department for agriculture and rural development. She is already the acting director, as well as head of unit responsible for agricultural legislation and simplification.
David Hughes has become head of the European Commission’s office in Cardiff, the capital of Wales. Hughes, who joined the Commission in 1995, was previously a head of sector in the Commission’s department for education and culture. He spent four years as head of a unit in the Commission’s executive agency for education, audiovisual and culture. He previously worked in the private offices of commissioners Viviane Reding, Neil Kinnock and Jan Figel’.
Filip Kaczmarek, a centre-right Polish MEP, has been elected chairman of the European Parliament’s delegation for relations with Belarus, replacing Jacek Protasiewicz, who resigned from the post on being elected a vice-president of the Parliament in January.
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