Ramona Iulia Chiriac has been appointed the new chief of the Representative Office of the European Commission in Bucharest, and her term will start next month, according to an EC press release.
So, her mandate will start on July 1 and in this capacity she will officially represent the European Commission’s stance in Romania.
Chiriac has Romanian citizenship and is a diplomat by profession since 2008. She has a 20-year expertise in European affairs. Chiriac has been Romania general consul to the Bavaria federal state since 2016. Before joining the Romanian diplomatic corps, she worked in the central and local public administration in Romania, with tasks related to training the Romanian local authorities for Romania’s accession ti the European Union.
Ramona Iulia Chiriac graduated the Faculty of European Studies within Babes-Bolyai University from Cluj-Napoca and has two master degrees, in European studies and in gender studies.