Emine Dzheppar is the First Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine. In 2006, Emine Dzhappar graduated with honour from Institute of International Relations, Taras Shevchenko University. She has worked as an attaché in the Department of Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Cooperation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, was the deputy editor-in-chief and anchorwoman at "Zaman" news programme, as a free-lancer journalist at "Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty", was the author and producer of programs "Tuhra" (about history of the Crimean Tatars) and "Elifbye" (about Crimean Tatar language).

She worked as the advisor to the Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine (2015-2016), First Deputy Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine (2016-2019).

On July 14, 2020 – by President’s Decree appointed as Chairman of the National Commission of Ukraine for UNESCO. She has received a number of awards: Departmental Award of the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine (April 17, 2022); Diplomatic rank of the Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Second Class (August 24, 2021); Order of Merit, Third Class – for outstanding contribution to strengthening international cooperation of Ukraine, productive diplomatic work, and high professionalism (December 22, 2021)