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May - 2005




Miss Yasmine El-Belazi has been appointed Commercial Counsellor at the Embassy of Libya.

Eirik Nestås Mathisen has been appointed trainee in the embassy of Norway, with duties including press and commercial affairs. After finishing high school, 25 year-old Mathisen worked for one year as a primary school teacher and this year will graduate from the University of Bergen with a Masters in Comparative Politics. Mathisen has also studied at Lunds University in Sweden, MGIMO University in Moscow and Wissenschaftzentrum in Berlin. Last summer he was guide in the outdoor peasant museum in Voss, Norway. His hobbies are skiing, cycling, fly fishing and hunting.

Mr Fakhri Ben Khayal has been appointed Administrative Counsellor at the Embassy of Libya.

Mrs Ishlah R Abdullah has been appointed Counsellor at the Information and Cultural Department of the Embassy of Indonesia in Bucharest. Mrs Abdullah was born in 1959 in South Sulawesi and previously worked as Third Secretary of the Indonesian Embassy to Washington DC (1990-1994) and as Second Secretary at the Embassy of Indonesia to Brazil (1997-2002). She is an International Relations graduate of the University of Hasanuddin, South Sulawesi and her passions are her job and travelling. “I find Romania friendly, in this respect quite similar to Brazil,” says Mrs Abdullah.

Colonel Cristinel Ghiga has been appointed as the new spokesman for the Ministry of Defence. Mr Ghiga is 45 years old and is a graduate of History and Philosophy and Further Military Studies. He also attended the Security Studies College of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany and graduated in public affairs from the Defence Information School, Maryland, USA. He has been working at the Ministry of Defence Public Relations Bureau since 1997. As a Public Relations Officer he participated in the SFOR mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1998) and at the Concordia mission in Macedonia (2003).