About Us

The Ambassador

 

H.E. Radu Liviu HORUMBĂ

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to Georgia

Born on August 4, 1960, in Bucharest, Romania

Professional Career

Since 28 September 2016 – Ambassador to Georgia

April-September 2016– Director a.i., OSCE, Asymmetric Risks and Non-Proliferation Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania

2014 – 2016 - Minister Plenipotentiary, OSCE, Asymmetric Risks and Non – Proliferation Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania

2009 – 2014 - Ambassador of Romania to Turkmenistan

2004 – 2009 - Deputy Chief of Mission, Diplomatic Counselor, Minister Counselor, Embassy of Romania to Italy

2003 – 2004 - Diplomatic Counselor, Director of Non-Proliferation, Arms Control and Counter-Terrorism Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania

1999-2003 - First Secretary, Diplomatic Counsellor, Permanent Mission of Romania to the U.N. Office in Geneva (Disarmament, Humanitarian Law, Humanitarian Assistance, pol – mil. affairs)

1995-1999 - Third Secretary, Second Secretary, OSCE Directorate, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania

1992-1994 - Third Secretary, Event coordinator of the "Euro-Atlantic Center", NATO and OSCE Directorate, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania

1987-1992 - Scientific Researcher, Project Manager, Institute of Scientific Research and Technology Development for Machine-Tools, Flexible Systems and Robotics Section, Bucharest

1985-1987 - Technology Engineer, "6 Martie" Mechanical Enterprise, Zarnesti, Brasov County.   

Education

1996  - "George C. Marshall" Center for Security Studies, Garmisch-Partenkirch (Germany), "College for International Security Studies and Defense Economics – EP class 1996-1", postgraduate course

1995 - National Defense College of Romania, Bucharest, postgraduate course

1991-1992 - "Hyperion" University, Bucharest, "Diplomacy and International Relations", postgraduate course

1980-1985 - Polytechnic Institute, Bucharest, Machines-Building Technology Faculty (MS Mechanical Engineering)

Married to Mirela Horumba; daughter Theodora.

Foreign Languages (“European Linguistic Passport”)

English (C2 – C2; C2-C2; C2);

Italian (C2 – C2; C2-C2; C2);

French (C1 – C1; C1-C1; B2);

Russian - basic level.

  • RO at UN HRC
  • SEECP
  • Romanian tourism
  • Turism.ro
  • 10 years in NATO!
  • The Embassy of Romania to Georgia express its sincere condolences to the families of those who lost their lives in the deadly gas explosion in Tbilisi that occurred on January 16 and its full sympathy for the people affected by this tragic event. We hope the injured persons will be able to overcome this difficult time as soon as possible.