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Mr. Ilir Bocka

Ambassador

Albanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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Albanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Background Information

Employment History

Deputy Minister

Defense

Affiliations

Representative
US State Department Mc Cauley

Representative
Republic of Albania

Representative
Canadian Embassy Robert Pim

Education

University of Tirana

Web References (6 Total References)


Appointments

www.cordmagazine.com [cached]

Prior to arriving in Belgrade, Ilir Boçka served as Director General for Bilateral Relation at the Albanian Foreign Ministry and Albania's Head of Mission in New Delhi (January 2008- September 2010), Ambassador of the Albanian Mission to NATO and Representative of the Republic of Albania to the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC) from November 2000 until July 2007, and from May 1998 to August 2000 he served as Deputy Minister of Defence.

Boçka joined the Albanian MFA in 1981, serving as Head of the MFA's Press and Information Directorate.
...
A Law graduate from University of Tirana (1975), Boçka worked as journalist with the Albanian News Agency (ATA) prior to joining the Albanian MFA. A married father of two sons, he is fluent in German, French, English and Italian.


Prior to arriving in Belgrade, Ilir ...

www.cordmagazine.com [cached]

Prior to arriving in Belgrade, Ilir Boçka served as Director General for Bilateral Relation at the Albanian Foreign Ministry and Albania's Head of Mission in New Delhi (January 2008- September 2010), Ambassador of the Albanian Mission to NATO and Representative of the Republic of Albania to the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC) from November 2000 until July 2007, and from May 1998 to August 2000 he served as Deputy Minister of Defence.

Boçka joined the Albanian MFA in 1981, serving as Head of the MFA's Press and Information Directorate. From 1986 to 1990 he served as Ambassador to the former East Germany, after which he was appointed Deputy Foreign Minister. Following Albania's first free elections, he was appointed Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Provisional Government (December 1991 - April 1992).
A Law graduate from University of Tirana (1975), Boçka worked as journalist with the Albanian News Agency (ATA) prior to joining the Albanian MFA. A married father of two sons, he is fluent in German, French, English and Italian.


Prior to arriving in Belgrade, Ilir ...

www.cordmagazine.com [cached]

Prior to arriving in Belgrade, Ilir Boçka served as Director General for Bilateral Relation at the Albanian Foreign Ministry and Albania's Head of Mission in New Delhi (January 2008- September 2010), Ambassador of the Albanian Mission to NATO and Representative of the Republic of Albania to the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC) from November 2000 until July 2007, and from May 1998 to August 2000 he served as Deputy Minister of Defence.

Boçka joined the Albanian MFA in 1981, serving as Head of the MFA's Press and Information Directorate.
...
A Law graduate from University of Tirana (1975), Boçka worked as journalist with the Albanian News Agency (ATA) prior to joining the Albanian MFA. A married father of two sons, he is fluent in German, French, English and Italian.


Appointments

www.cordmagazine.com [cached]

Prior to arriving in Belgrade, Ilir Boçka served as Director General for Bilateral Relation at the Albanian Foreign Ministry and Albania's Head of Mission in New Delhi (January 2008- September 2010), Ambassador of the Albanian Mission to NATO and Representative of the Republic of Albania to the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC) from November 2000 until July 2007, and from May 1998 to August 2000 he served as Deputy Minister of Defence.

Boçka joined the Albanian MFA in 1981, serving as Head of the MFA's Press and Information Directorate.
...
A Law graduate from University of Tirana (1975), Boçka worked as journalist with the Albanian News Agency (ATA) prior to joining the Albanian MFA. A married father of two sons, he is fluent in German, French, English and Italian.


German Armed Forces will be adapted to new Missions and new ChallengesExclusive Interview with the Chief of Joint Staff of the German Forces General Wolfgang Schneiderhan | Conflict Resolutions and World Security Solutions | worldsecuritynetwork.com

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Ilir Bocka, Albanian Ambassador to NATOThe radical shift from the...

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