Andreani, Pascale - from France
Country of meeting: Munich in the year 2009
Is a diplomat. Ambassador for the OECD. Most of her career has taken place in European and multi-lateral affairs. Holding a Masters in Public Law, a degree from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques Paris and a DEA in Community Law, she is also an alumni of the Ecole Nationale d’Administration. Pascale Andreani was seconded to the Permanent French Mission at the United Nations in New York in 1982, then to the European Affairs Department at the Foreign Ministry.
After having been Secretary General of the Interministerial Mission for Central and Eastern Europe she became Deputy Secretary General of the Interministerial Committee for European Issues (SGCI) in 1990. Director of the Cabinet of the Delegate Minister for European Affairs from 1993 to 1995, then Director of the Cabinet of the Delegate Minister for the Budget, she became European Affairs advisor to the Presidency of the Republic in 1997. She was then Minister Counsellor to the Embassy of France in London, then Director of European Cooperation at the Foreign Ministry and advisor to the Prime Minister for European Affairs in 2002.
In 2007, Pascale Andreani was the spokesperson for the Foreign and European Affairs Ministry and Director of Communication and Information, then Ambassador, Permanent Representative of France at NATO in 2008, before joining the OECD as Ambassador, Permanent Representative of France in 2011.
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