Spanish government named new ambassadors to Portugal, Argentina and Uruguay
Madrid, March 2 (Reuters). – The Spanish Council of Ministers today approved the appointment of new ambassadors to Portugal, Argentina and Uruguay, who will lead delegations respectively, diplomats Eduardo Junco Bonet, Roman Oyarzun Roberto Varela and Marchesi Fariña.
The new head of the Spanish embassy in Portugal, Eduardo Junco, was until now Consul General of Spain in Zurich.
Reed was born in 1945 in Palma de Mallorca, has a law degree and a member of the Diplomatic Corps since 1972.
After holding various destinations in the Spanish Embassy in San Salvador and Hamburg, was deputy director general of Immigration, Refugees and Passport.
In 1988 he was appointed ambassador to Spain in Zaire and later in Ukraine, ten years later, in 1998 he was appointed ambassador of Spain in Cuba and in April 2001 in Greece.
Junco has also been vocal advisor in the Directorate of Integration and Coordination of General and Economic Affairs of the European Union.
Roman Oyarzun, from now ambassador to Argentina, was from July 2008 Ambassador Deputy Permanent Representative of Spain to the United Nations.
Born in 1957 in Madrid, is also a law degree and entered the diplomatic service in 1985.
Was stationed in Syria, Uruguay, Belgium and Argentina, as well as having held the positions of Deputy Director General of International Affairs Disarmament, director of the Office of the Secretary of State for International Cooperation and Latin America, counselor at the Permanent Representation of Spain to the UN and deputy director general of Foreign Ministry.
Finally, it was until last January Minister of Culture and Tourism of the Regional Government of Galicia, Roberto Varela, will be the new ambassador to Uruguay.
Varela was born in 1959, has a degree in Philosophy in 1990 and entered the diplomatic service.
He has been head of the areas of economic relations with European countries and the countries of Asia and the Pacific. He was secretary at the Embassy of Spain in Germany and second in command at the Embassy of Spain in Kuwait.
In 2001 he was appointed Deputy Director General for Cooperation and Cultural Promotion Abroad of the Spanish International Cooperation Agency and later deputy consul in New York. EFE
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