29 August 2023
(Based on information provided by the Protocol and Liaison Service)
VIENNA, 29 August (UN Information Service) – The new Permanent Representative of Hungary to the United Nations (Vienna), Ferenc Dancs, presented his credentials today to the Director-General of the United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV), Ghada Waly.
During his career, Mr. Dancs has served in various capacities, among them:
Consulting Advisor in International Cooperation, Ministry of Energy (2023); Consulting Advisor in International Cooperation, Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences (2022); Deputy State Secretary for Migration Challenges and North American Connections, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (2018-2022); Deputy State Secretary for International Cooperation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (2017-2018); Head of Department for International Development and Humanitarian Aid, Ministry of Foreign Affairs And Trade (2016-2017); Head of International Law Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs And Trade (2014-2015); Head of Department of International Relations, Ministry of National Development (2013-2014); Head of Department of Company’s Supervisory Department, Ministry of Public Administration and Justice (2013); Legal Counsel, Hungarian Claim Work-Out Private Limited Company (2011-2012); and Attorney at Law (2006-2011).
Mr. Dancs studied law and political sciences at Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest, Hungary.
He speaks English and German.
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