DC President Dr. Gordan Grlić Radman becomes Croatia’s Minister of Foreign and European Affairs
Croatian top diplomat Dr. Gordan Grlić Radman, member of the Diplomatic Council’s Board of Presidents, has joined the cabinet of his homeland’s sitting XII Prime Minister Andrej Plenković as chief of diplomacy. He succeeds Marija Pejčinović Burić who was elected as the XIV Secretary General of the Council of Europe on 26 June.
Thus Dr. Gordan Grlić Radman becomes Croatia’s XV Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, which meant a sudden end of his ambassadorship in Germany wherein he had been serving since 2017.
Minister Dr. Gordon Grlić Radman is a true European as his language skills prove it: he masters, in addition to his native Croatian, German, English, Bulgarian and Hungarian. In February 2019 he was the recipient of Diplomat Magazine’s ‘Global Public Diplomacy Award’ (http://www.diplomatmagazine.eu/2019/02/08/the-global-public-diplomacy-award-in-germany/) during the Diplomatic Council Gala in Frankfurt. He become promoted as a member of the Diplomatic Council’s Board of Presidents at the DC Summer Celebration 2019.
See the Diplomatic Council Summer Celebration with Dr. Gordon Grlić Radman