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Mircea Geoana, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Mircea Dan GEOANA
Minister of Foreign Affairs

Born on July 14, 1958

Married to Mihaela Geoana, architect. Two children, Ana Maria and Alexandru

EDUCATION

  • Polytechnic Institute Bucharest

  • Law School of the University of Bucharest

  • Ecole Nationale d’Administration, Paris, France (1991-1992)

  • NATO fellow on democratic institutions (1994) 

  • World Bank Group Executive Development Program at the Harvard Business School (1999)

  • Currently accomplishing a PhD in world economy at the Academy for Economic Studies in Bucharest

DIPLOMATIC CAREER

1990 - joins the Foreign Service, immediately after the Romanian Revolution of December 1989. Has rapidly risen to the position of Director of European Affairs Department (NATO, European Community, OSCE, WEU, Council of Europe), asserting himself as an expert on Trans-Atlantic integration

1991 - headed the Romanian Delegation to the CSCE Committee of Senior Officials

1993-1995 - Spokesman for the Romanian Foreign Ministry

1994 - Director General for Asia, Latin America, Middle East and Africa, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

1995 - Director General for Europe, North America, Asia, Latin America, Middle East and Africa

February 1996 - December 2000 - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to the United States of America. At age 37, he was the youngest ambassador in the Romanian diplomatic corps

March 2000 - received the rank of Ambassador, the highest position in the Romanian diplomatic corps

Since December 2000 - Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania. In this capacity, starting January 1, 2001 till December 2001 served as OSCE Chairman-in-Office

DIDACTIC & PUBLISHING ACTIVITY

Prior to his arrival in Washington D.C., he served as professor at the National School for Political and Administration Sciences and the ”Nicolae Titulescu” University in Bucharest

Author of various articles on the subject of Euro-Atlantic Integration

Lectures on foreign policy, transitional economies, and globalization at major American universities and think-tanks

Prizes and Awards

December 2000 - Commander of the National Order “Star of Romania"

Foreign Languages

Fluent in English, French and Spanish.

Address

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 33, Aleea Alexandru, Sector 1, Bucharest, Romania

Phone: +40-1-230.7570, 223.3038, Fax: +40-1-230.7961, E-mail: mae@mae.ro 

 

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