La Comisión nombra nuevo Director General Adjunto para Relaciones Exteriores



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Bruselas, 4 de mayo del 2000



La Comisión nombra nuevo Director General Adjunto para Relaciones Exteriores

Tras culminar un proceso de selección abierto a candidatos de toda la UE, la Comisión decidió ayer designar al Sr. D. Fernando Martín VALENZUELA MARZO, un distinguido diplomático de carrera de nacionalidad española como Director General Adjunto de la Dirección General para Relaciones Exteriores encargado de la Política Exterior y Seguridad Común (PESC). El Sr. Valenzuela que tiene 52 años de edad, será el Director Político de la Comisión y como tal representará dicha institución en el seno del Comité Político del Consejo de Ministros. Además será el responsible del trabajo de tres direcciones de la DG RELEX encargadas respectivamente de asuntos políticos y de seguridad, de asuntos multilaterales y de relaciones con América del Norte, Japón, Korea, Australia y Nueva Zelanda. El el seno del servicio diplomático de España, el Sr. Valenzuela ejercía hasta la fecha el cargo de Coordinador del Pacto de Estabilidad para el Sur Este de Europa. A lo largo de una larga trayectoria como diplomático ha adquirido una experiencia extensa incluyendo los siguientes cargos: Representante Especial del Secretario General de la ONU y Jefe de la Fuerza de Despliegue Preventivo en la Ex-República Yugoslava de Macedonia (FYROM), Embajador de España ante Canada, Embajador y Representante Permanente de España ante la ONU en Ginebra y Presidente y Secretario General de la Agencia Española de Cooperación al Desarollo.

Curriculum Vitae



Fernando Martín VALENZUELA MARZO

Studies and Degrees:

  • Master in Law, University of Zaragoza

  • Diploma in International Studies, Diplomatic School, Madrid

  • Diploma Ph. D. Courses in International Law, University of Paris II

  • Certificate, Institut de Hautes Etudes Internationales, University of Paris II

  • Certificate in International Economy, Political Economy, Economic Theory, UNED Madrid

Professional Activity:

1999 Ambassador at large, Coordinator Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

1998-1999 Special Representative of the Secretary General and Head of the United Nations Preventive Deployment Force in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia until the end of its Mandate (due to a veto in the Security Council). Since April, Assistant Secretary-General in the Department of Peace-Keeping Operations, Kosovo Task Force.

1996-1999 Ambassador of Spain to Canada

1991-1996 Ambassador, permanent Representative of Spain to the United Nations and other International Organisations in Geneva

1993-1994 Chairman of the Security Council Compensation Commission

1989-1991 President and Chief Executive Officer of the Spanish International Development Agency. Under-Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

1988-1991 Chairman, Commission of Subsidies and Aids to NGOs

1985-1988 Director General, Cabinet of the Secretary of State for International Cooperation and Latin America
Secretary of the Interministerial Commission for International Cooperation
Chairman of the working group in charge of the restructuring of the State Secretariat for International Cooperation

1983-1985 Deputy Director General of Foreign Service, Finance and Administration, Ministry of Foreign Affairs


Vice President, Board of Procurement, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Member of the Interministerial Remunerations Board

1980-1983 Embassy Counsellor, Permanent Delegation of Spain to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Paris

1977-1980 Consul General of Spain in Rosario (Santa Fe), Argentina

1975-1977 Head of Technical and Economic Issues, Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Madrid

1974-1975 Bureau of International Organisations and Conferences. Regional Development Organisations

Academic Activities:

1990- Consultative Council Center of International Studies, University of Barcelona

1992-1994 Member of the Honours Committee of the Simon Bolivar Assembly Hall, Casa de America, Madrid

1991-1992 Director, Course On cooperation for Development. University of Seville

1991 Director of the Seminar “World Economy in the 90’s”,Center of International Studies, Barcelona

1990-1991 Professor, International Studies, Scientific Research Council, Madrid

1983-1989 Professor, Diplomatic School, Madrid

Other Activities:

1989-1992 Member of the Board, Spanish Financing Corporation for Development

1985-1991 Member of the Board, State Society for the Execution of the Programme of the Vth Centenary

1990-1992 Member of the Governing Council, Casa de América



Languages: Spanish, French, English



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