About Us

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to the Kingdom of Denmark and Iceland

 

 

C U R R I C U L U M   V I T A E

Alexandru GRĂDINAR

Ambassador of Romania to the Kingdom of Denmark and Iceland

 

 

Born 4 July 1979, Mediaș, Romania

 

Education

2002 graduated Bucharest University of Economic

 

Studies, Faculty of Economic Studies in Foreign Languages

 

- Master and PhD in Economics

 

- studies and programmes in the UK, Germany, Austria, Holland, Finland, USA

 

 

Professional career

Since September 2016: Ambassador of Romania to the

 

Kingdom of Denmark and the Republic of Iceland

 

April 2015 – August 2016: Presidential Administration

 

of Romania, Counsellor for Foreign Affairs

 

November 2014 – April 2015: Ministry of Foreign

 

Affairs of Romania, Directorate for Economic

 

Diplomacy, Diplomatic Counsellor

 

June 2009 – October 2014: Embassy of Romania in

 

Austria, Deputy Chief of Mission (First Secretary)

 

2006 – 2009: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania,

 

Directorate for Western Europe, Deputy Director and

 

Second Secretary

 

2004 – 2006: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania,

 

Directorate for Economic Diplomacy, Third Secretary

 

2002 – 2004: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania,

 

General Directorate for International Economic Affairs,

 

Diplomatic Attaché

 

 

Language skills

English and German; French and Spanish (passive)

 

 

Marital status

Married, two daughters

Interview with Romanian Ambassador in Diplomacy Magazine

06/29/19

The summer issue of Diplomacy Magazine, a supplement of Copenhagen Post – the …

#RO2019EU / Briefing for members of the Venstre EU Committee on the accomplishments of the Romanian Presidency of the EU Council

06/27/19

On 26 June 2019, H.E. Alexandru Grădinar, Ambassador of Romania, hosted at his …

The visit of H.E. Alexandru Grădinar, Ambassador of Romania to Denmark and Iceland, in Reykjavik (17-19 June 2019)

06/20/19

Between 17 and 19 June 2019, H.E. Alexandru Grădinar, Ambassador of Romania in …