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CONSIGLIO
DELL'UNIONE EUROPEA

IT

C/04/253

Bruxelles, 4 ottobre 2004

12070/04 (Presse 253)

Sostituzione del Rappresentante Permanente
della Slovacchia presso l'UE

Il Consiglio dell'Unione europea è stato informato della designazione da parte del Governo slovacco dell'Ambasciatore Maroš ŠEFČOVIČ in qualità di Rappresentante permanente della Repubblica slovacca presso l'Unione europea in sostituzione dell'Ambasciatore Miroslav ADAMIŠ, chiamato a svolgere altre funzioni.

L'Ambasciatore Maroš ŠEFČOVIČ ha assunto le sue funzioni il 1° ottobre 2004.

(Il suo curriculum vitae è allegato al presente comunicato).

ANNEX

Curriculum vitae

Name: Dr. Maroš Šefčovič
Date of birth: July 24, 1966
Place of birth: Bratislava, Slovakia
Marital status: married
spouse Dr. Helena Šefčovičová, maiden name Cinová
daughters Helena, born 11.10.1990

Martina, born 26.9.1992
son Maroš, born 5.12.1999
Education:

1980-1984 Highschool, Gymnázium Bilíkova 24, Bratislava

1984-1985 Economic University, Bratislava, Slovakia

1985-1990 Moscow State Institute of International relations, Russia

1990 Obtaining the title of Doctor of Law (JUDr.) at the the Comenius University, Faculty of Law, Bratislava, Slovakia

1996-2000 Comenius University, Faculty of Law, Bratislava

Postgraduate studies in the International/European Law

Obtaining the title of Philosophiae Doctor (PhD.)
Study stays:

1990 Université d´Eté de Perpignan, Paris, France “French - language of diplomacy and international law”

1991 Stanford University, Hoover Institution, Stanford, USA

“Diplomatic Training Program”

1996 Salzburg Seminar, Salzburg, Austria

“Europe on the Eve of the year 2000”
Specialized courses:

1992 L´Aliance francaise, Harare, Zimbabwe

French language training

2000 Ulpan Akiva, Netanya, Israel Introduction into Hebrew Language

2001 Dale Carnegi Associates, Tel Aviv, Israel

Public speaking and management program
Career:

1990 Advisor to the First Deputy Foreign Minister

Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Prague, Czecho-Slovakia

1991-92 Third Secretary and Consul Embassy of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic Harare, Zimbabwe

1992 Deputy Chief of Mission and Second Secretary

Embassy of the Slovak Republic, Ottawa, Canada

1995 Desk Officer

Department of the EU and NATO countries

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava, Slovakia

1996 Deputy Director of the Department of the EU and NATO countries

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava, Slovakia

1997 Deputy Director of the Office of the Foreign Minister

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava, Slovakia

1998 Director of the Office of the Foreign Minister

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava, Slovakia

1998 Deputy Head of Mission, Counsellor

Mission of the Slovak Republic to the European Communities, Brussels, Belgium

1999 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary

Embassy of the Slovak Republic, Tel Aviv, Israel

2002 Director General

Section of bilateral cooperation

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Bratislava, Slovakia

7/2003 Director General

Section for European Affairs

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic /

Political Director Bratislava, Slovakia
Languages:

active English, French, Russian

passive German
Publications:

The European Law, Selected Chapters, Bratislava, 2000, p.161

Various articles on issues related to European integration
Articles:

Approximation of Law in the Slovak Republic as a consequence of globalization and integration process in Europe,

International Issues, Bratislava, 1997

Modalities of the legislative process of the European Union, International Issues, Bratislava, 1998

Preparation towards enlargement - accompanying measures of the negotiations process, The Central European Forum, Brugges, 1998

Modalities of the crossborder cooperation between the EU and the associated countries in a pre-accession period, The European integration and crossborder cooperation review, Banská Bystrica, 1998


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