Romanian appointed as UN representative in Serbia

Romanian Ambassador Simona-Mirela Miculescu has been appointed Representative of UN Secretary General and Director of the UN Office in Belgrade.

Source: Tanjug
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Miculescu was appointed by UNSG Ban Ki-moon, it was published on the Twitter account of the UN Spokesperson.

The Romanian ambassador has been serving as permanent representative of Romania to the UN since 2008.

During her 24 years of diplomatic career, she served as the spokesperson of the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, senior media advisor to the minister, director of the press department within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and press secretary of the Romanian embassy in Washington D.C.

Between 2000 and 2004, she served as Foreign Policy Adviser to the President of Romania.

Miculescu holds a PhD in literature and has been a professor of international public relations at two Romanian universities.

Since her appointment in New York, Ambassador Miculescu held the positions of vice-president of the UNICEF Executive Board, vice-president of the assembly of states parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and vice-president of the UN General Assembly for its 68th Session.

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