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Stelian Oancea, Ambasador to Spain

Stelian OANCEA
Ambassador to Spain

Born on June 25, 1938 in Blejesti, Teleorman County

Married to Constanta Oancea, graduate of the Faculty of Philology, University of Bucharest, editor at Meridiane Publishing House; two children, Carmen Deseanu, medical doctor, married, Bucharest and Radu Oancea, economist, married, Bucharest

EDUCATION

  • 1957-1962 - Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Physics Department of the Bucharest University
  • 1962-1964 - Post-graduate studies in International Relations at Bucharest University

Professional Activity

  • 1956-1957 - worked at the “Chemical Research Center” of the Romanian Academy as main laboratory assistant
  • 1964-1971 - Third and Second Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • 1968-1971 - Master Assistant at the Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest/Physics Chair, leading a parallel activity with the diplomatic one in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • 1971-1979 - Second and First Secretary at the Romanian Embassy in France
  • 1979-1984 - First Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • In April 1982, the totalitarian regime suspended him from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, due to an unfair abusive trial intended to some intellectuals ("transcendental meditation trial”); consequently, between 1982-1984, he did not develop any kind of activity, even if he remained in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • 1984-1990 - Professor of the Education Department in the Ministry of Mines
  • 1990 - returned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • 1990-1992 - Director of the “Cultural Relations Department” of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • 1992-1997 - Ambassador of Romania to the Republic of Argentina
  • 1993-1997 - Ambassador of Romania to the Republic of Paraguay, resident in Buenos Aires
  • May 1997-April 2000 - Ambassador of Romania to the Spanish Kingdom
  • After 1992 - honorary professor at different Universities in Argentina and Spain.
  • March 2, 2000 - received the diplomatic degree of Ambassador
  • May 19, 2000 - January 4, 2001 - State Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • January 5, 2001- May 2001 - Ambassador-at-Large in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • May 2001 - Posted Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Spain

Editorial Activity

Began in 1968 by publishing poems and articles for different cultural and literary papers

His works include original poems gathered in the books:

  •  “The Known Time” ("Timpul Stiut”) 1973
  • “The Kingdom of Suns” (“Imparatia Sorilor“), 1978
  • “Seeds of time” (“Seminte de timp”), 1982
  • “Unperfect Letter” (“Litera Imperfecta”), 1985

Translations from French into Romanian:

  • “Le Marcheur au Pole” by Jean-Louis Etienne, 1987
  • “Male moyen-age” by Georges Dubie, 1992

Affiliations

  • Since 1982 - Member of the Bucharest Writers Association
  • Since 1982 - Member of the Romanian Writers Union

Prizes and Awards

  • The Grand Cross of the Order of Civil Merit, Spain, June 2000
  • Grand Officer of the Order of Loyal Service, Romania, December 2000

Hobbies

  • Fishing

Foreign Languages

  • Fluent in French and Spanish
 

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