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a candle for my son!

Mircea Mitran

Born: November 20, 1933, Osica de Sus Village (Lower Osica), Olt County, son of Ilie

Married to Georgeta Mitran (b. Otava), Lexicographer, Laureate of the Romanian Academy Prize. Two children: Sorin-Mihai, PhD, Research Associate, University of Washington, Department of Applied Mathematics, and Diana-Maria, Computer Science engineer, Program Manager, Microsoft, Redmond, Washington


Primary School in Osica de Sus, Olt County

Normal School (then Pedagogic School) for teachers in Craiova

1952-1957 - Faculty of Philology, University of Bucharest

1965-1967 - Doctoral Studies ( Ph.D.) at New York University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences - Linguistics

Professional Activity

1957 - 1963 Trainee researcher, scientific researcher at the Institute of Linguistics of the Romanian Academy, editorial secretary of the magazine “Limba Româna” (Romanian Language), assistant and lecturer of Contemporary Romanian Language at Faculty of Philology, University of Bucharest
1963-1964 II Secretary in the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1964-1967 International officer (P3 step 3-5) at the UN Secretariat, New York
1967-1970 II Secretary, First Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1970-1975 First Secretary, Embassy of Romania, Washington D.C., USA
1975-1979 First Secretary, Counselor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, lecturer of Contemporary Romanian Language at the Faculty of Philology, University of Bucharest
1979-1984 Counselor, Minister-Counselor, Embassy of Romania to France, Paris
1984-1985 Counselor, Minister-Counselor, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1985-1986 Counselor, Embassy of Romania to the USA, Washington DC
1986-1988 Senior Educational Inspector, Ministry of Metallurgic Industry
1988 -December 1989 Senior Inspector, Ministry of Education
December 1989 - September 1990 Ambassador, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs
September 1990 - December 1994 Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of Romania to Japan, Tokyo
December 1994 - March 1997 Ambassador at Large, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Since March 1997 Retired Ambassador
1998-2000 Professor of International relations, "Hyperion" University, Bucharest
Since April 2001 Reintegrated in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and transferred as Diplomatic Advisor to the Minister of Public and Local Administration, with rank of Ambassador


Since 1998 - Vice-President of the Romanian Association on Foreign Policy (A.R.P.E.)

Publishing Activity

  • “Gramatica Limbii Române” (A Grammar of the Romanian Language), Vol. I and II, Romanian Academy Publishing House, 1962 -1963, co-author
  • “Dictionarul Invers” (Reverse Dictionary), Romanian Academy Publishing House, 1962, co-author
  • “Îndreptarul Ortografic si Ortoepic al Limbii Române” (Orthographic and Orthoepic Guide of the Romanian Language), Romanian Academy Publishing House, 1963, co-author
  • Studies and articles of linguistics, commentaries and reviews for the magazine “Limba Româna” (Romanian Language)
  • Studies and articles on international relations issues for the revue of the Romanian Association of International Law and International Relations (ADIRI) and in other newspapers and revues, as well as for the volumes of Proceedings of the "Hyperion" University Faculty of Journalism

Foreign Languages

English and French - fluently spoken and writing

Russian, Spanish, Italian, German - little spoken and writing


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