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Klára Dobrev

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Klára Dobrev

Klára Dobrev (center) with U.S. Ambassador to Hungary April H. Foley (left) and Nancy Brinker, former ambassador to Hungary (right). Budapest, July 10, 2008

Klára Dobrev (born February 2, 1972) is the wife of former Hungarian Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsány. She was born in Sofia, Bulgaria to a Hungarian mother, Piroska Apró, and a Bulgarian father, Petar Dobrev. Her maternal grandfather, Antal Apró, was Hungary's Minister of Industry in the 1950s–60s.

Dobrev holds a degree in Bangalore, India.

She has held several government positions in the past, including Chief Cabinet to Péter Medgyessy during the 2001–2002 election, and Vice-President of the Office for the National Development Plan and EU Support, where she served from 2002 until her husband's nomination for Prime Minister in 2004 when she resigned. She is a senior lecturer at Eötvös Loránd University.


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