Romania’s new Ambassador to Germany left for Berlin this week where he is due to take charge of the diplomatic mission later this month. Named on February 20 to the post, Bogdan Mazuru replaces former Ambassador Adrian Vierita, who earlier this week received the Grosses Verdienstkreuz medal for his „contribution to the positive dynamics of the German-Romanian diplomatic relations.
Resume Bogdan Mazuru (Source: NATO Who’s Who)
Born: on March 26, 1962 - Bucharest, Romania
June 2001-January 2006: Ambassador, Mission of Romania to NATO and WEU
December 2000-June 2001: Chargé d'Affaires, Embassy of Romania, Washington D.C.
September-December 2000: Deputy Head of Mission, Minister Counsellor, Embassy of Romania, Washington D.C.
February - September 2000: Director General for Bilateral and Regional Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania
July 1999 - February 2000: Director General for Europe and North America, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania
1998 - 1999: Deputy Head of Mission, Mission of Romania to NATO and WEU, Brussels
1996 - 1998: First Secretary (Political), Embassy of Romania, Washington D.C.
1995 - 1996: Deputy Director, European Union Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1991 - 1995: Third Secretary - Second Secretary, Policy Planning Staff, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania
1992: participation in a 6 month Training Program for Central and East European Diplomats organized by the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Berlin and Bonn
1990 - 1991: Computer Engineer, Romanian Writers Union, Bucharest
1989-1990: Computer Engineer, Institute for Research in Transportation, Bucharest
1987 - 1989: Computer Engineer, Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology, Bucharest
1986: Graduates the Automatic Control and Computer Science Department of the Polytechnic University Bucharest
Married: to Emilia Mazuru, no children
Foreign Languages: English, French, German