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Andrei Magheru
Ambassador

Born: April 15, 1935, Bucharest. Son of Ion Magheru, career diplomat (1924-1952) and Fathmé, housewife

Married to Valeria Gagealov, actress

Studies

  • 1953 - "Dimitrie Cantemir" High School, Bucharest
  • 1974 - Graduate of the Faculty of Romanic, Classical and Oriental Languages, French Department, University of Bucharest
  • 1975-1976 - Post-University Studies on International Relations at the Faculty of Journalism, Bucharest

Professional Career

  • 1964-1984 - journalist, commentator, presenter and editor at the Romanian Radio & Television Broadcasting Company
  • 1984-1990 - head of the French Department at Radio Romania International
  • 1990 - Editor-in-chief, Radio Romania International
  • 1990-1995 - Cultural Counselor and Responsible for the relations with the Francophony, Embassy of Romania to France
  • since 1991 - Romanian Government's Representative to the Permanent Council of Francophony
  • 1995-1998 - Minister-Counselor and Deputy Director, Directorate for UNO and Other International Organizations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • 1995-1998 - National Correspondent to the Intergovernmental Agency of the Francophony, Paris
  • 1995-1998 - Executive Secretary of the National Consultative Council for Francophony
  • 1998 - Director, Directorate for UNO and Other International Organizations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • 1998-1999 - Minister-Counselor, Embassy of Romania to Ottawa
  • 1999-2001 - Alternate Permanent Representative of Romania to the Council of Europe, Strasbourg
  • Since 2001 - Personal Representative of the President of Romania to the Permanent Council of Francophony
  • 2001-2004 - Diplomatic Adviser to the Minister of Culture and Cults
  • December 2001 - promoted, by Presidential Decree, to the rank of Ambassador
  • 2004-2006 - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Permanent Representative of Romania to UNESCO
  • 2004, February 14 - elected vice-president of the Latin Union by its 21st Congress
  • 2005 - elected vice-president of the Group of Francophone Ambassadors to UNESCO
  • 2006 - elected president of the Group of Francophone Ambassadors to UNESCO
Andrei Magheru dans son bureau à l'UNESCO, Paris

In his Office at UNESCO, Paris

General Director of UNESCO , Mr. Koichiro MATSUURA and Ambassador Andrei MAGHERU (remittance of an instrument of ratification, January 2006)

Ambassador Andrei MAGHERU's Speech, in the presence of General Director of UNESCO , Mr. Koichiro MATSUURA, on the occasion of the 50th Anniversarry of Romania's accession to UNESCO
 (July 23, 2006)

Ambassador Andrei MAGHERU is given the  Order of Pleiad by  Senator Jacques LEGENDRE, secretary general of the Parliamentary Assembly of Francophony
(July, 2005)

Affiliations

  • Since 1991 - Member of the French Cultural Association "Ianchelevici's Friends" - Maison Lafitte
  • Since 1991 - Member of the Belgian Cultural Association "Ianchelevici's Friends", Brussels
  • Since 1993 - Member of the International Committee and of the Council of Administration of the French Cultural Association "Maurice Baumont's Friends", Paris
  • 1995 - Member of the Association "Biennium of French Language"
  • 1997-1998 - General Secretary of "Nicolae Titulescu" European Foundation
  • Since 1997 - Founding Member of "General Berthelot" Foundation, Cluj-Napoca
  • 2001-2004 - Member of the Council of Administration of Francophone Academic  Agency
  • 2002-2004 - Member of the Council of Administration of the National Institute of Economic Development (INDE), Bucharest

Prizes and Awards

  • 1996 - Chevalier of the Order "Arts and Letters", French Republic
  • 1997 - Officer of the National Order of Merit, French Republic
  • 1999 - Chevalier of the National Order of the Legion of Honor, French Republic
  • 2000 - Chevalier of the National Order for Faithful Service, Romania
  • 2005 - Chevalier of the National Order of Pleiad, granted by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Francophony
  • 2007 - Officer of the National Order of the Legion of Honor, French Republic

Hobbies

  • music, poetry,  photography, sports (athletics, skiff, rugby, wrestling)

Foreign Languages

  • French, English, German
 

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