Dimitris Iliopoulos (1)

Dimitris Iliopoulos

Ambassador e.t.

      Dimitris Iliopoulos was born in Athens and studied Political Science at the Panteion University, Law at the National Capodistrian University of Athens and received a postgraduate Diploma from the International Institute of Human Rights in Strasbourg.


  His professional career began as a diplomat at the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1976-2013) having served in leading positions such as Belgrade, Ankara and the Greek Delegation to the UN Geneva. He represented Greece as Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, Albania and as Deputy Permanent Representative to the European Union. He also served as NATO Ambassador to Tirana and as Senior Disarmament Adviser at the European External Action Service based in Brussels. He served as EU Ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva and at the International Organizations in The Hague (2008-18). He has participated in major international conferences (including the OSCE -Helsnki II Meeting 1992- and the 1st Committee of the UN General Assembly in New York).


      Finally, he is the author of books and articles on foreign policy issues and translator of literary works of authors of international renown.

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