Kalina Venelinova Krumova (Калина Венелинова Крумова; born 7 January 1985, Burgas, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian politician Television presenter and journalist. She was elected to the 41st National Assembly of Bulgaria as a member of the Ataka Party in the 2009 parliamentary election. She is the youngest MP in Bulgaria.
Krumova completed her secondary education at a school for Romance languages in Burgas, where she specialised in French. She then studied for a BA in world economy (with a thesis on "Economics of a socio-cultural sphere") at the local university, and later took a masters degree in journalism and mass media.
Kalina Krumova was host for the SKAT TV show Early Buzz.
Krumova stood for the Ataka Party in the Bulgarian parliamentary election and was duly elected. She was the youngest Member of Parliament for the 41st National Assembly.
Krumova has a son.
2012 Burgas bus bombing
When the 2012 Burgas bus bombing occurring in her home town, Krumova rushed in jeans and sandals to the hospital where the injured were being treated, and stayed there during the entire night alongside the Israeli aid teams. She assisted in translations for the aid teams and in communicating with the injured, since many of the hospital staff did not speak English. Professor Gabi Barbash, head of the Israeli rescue mission, said, "Without her, we would have been deaf and dumb."
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- Krumova has left the Ataka Party