Diana Kanecka

Diana Kanecka has been an intern at EDMA Regulatory Affairs department for the past six months. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Criminology and International Relations from the University of the West of England in UK and a Master's degree in European Studies/European Single Market from the College of Europe. Before joining EDMA she was a trainee at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Warsaw, she was also involved in several research projects at the University of the West England during her studies in Bristol. She has a strong interest in the regulatory topics, EU trade policy and the WTO law - her Master Thesis on the use of trade defence instruments was recently published by the College of Europe.

Eurasia
Until recently economic and regional integration in the post-Soviet countries to a large extent was only declarative. However, the initiative of going beyond the Customs Union (CU) to create Common Economic Space (CES) between Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan draws attention to potential market opportunities and at the same time regulatory challenges for the MedTech industry.