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    UNIS/BIO/1306
    5 August 2021

    Permanent Representative of Slovakia presents credentials

    (Based on information provided by the Protocol and Liaison Service)

    VIENNA, 5 August (UN Information Service) – The new Permanent Representative of Slovakia, Radomír Boháč, presented his credentials today to the Director-General of the United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV), Ghada Waly.

    During his career, Mr. Boháč, who is also Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe and other international organizations in Vienna, has served in various capacities, among them:

    Permanent Representative of Slovakia to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe in Vienna (2017– present); Director-General at the Directorate-General of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs in Slovakia (2014-2017); Appointed Governor of Slovakia at the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) (2014); Slovak Ambassador to Denmark (2011-2014); Director-General at Directorate-General for Economic Cooperation and ODA (2008-2011); Slovak Ambassador to Portugal (2004-2008); Director of the Department of Asia, Africa, Middle East, and Latin America, Ministry Foreign Affairs (2001-2004); Permanent Representative to the UN office at Nairobi and Slovak Ambassador to Ethiopia, Kenya, Seychelles, and Uganda (1999-2001); Deputy Director-General, Political Section (1997-1998); Advisor to the State Secretary in Slovakia (1996); 1st Secretary in the Commercial and Trade Section, Embassy of the Slovak Republic in New Delhi (1992-1996); Desk Officer for European Union (EU) Department,  Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech and Slovak Federative Republic in Prague (1989-1990).

    Mr. Boháč holds a PhD in Economic Diplomacy from the University of Economics in Bratislava. He acquired his legal education at the Comenius University in Bratislava and pursued studies at the Moscow State Institute for International Relations, the International Institute for Public Administration in Paris, France, and the George C. Marshall Center for European Security in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

     

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