Ambassador | Argentina Mission to the EU
A member of the Argentine Foreign Service since 1985, Marcelo Cima has been appointed Ambassador to the European Union in 2018. Previously, he served as the Permanent Representative of Argentina to the World Trade Organization and the United Nations Office in Geneva. In 2015, before taking office as the Permanent Representative, he was the Deputy Permanent Representative of Argentina to the World Trade Organization and the United Nations Office in Geneva. He has been posted to the European Union in Brussels (1989-1994), and to the United States of America in Washington D.C twice (1998-2000, and 2003-2008). Working at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs he was Director General for Export Promotion, Director for Capital Goods and Technology Export Promotion, acting Under Secretary of Investment Development, and member of the Cabinet of the Secretary of International Economic Relations and the Minister of Foreign Affairs. He has a degree in Law from the Catholic University of Argentina (1983), Master in International Relations and International Economic Policy, Belgrano University in Argentina (1987-1988 no thesis), and Master in Public Management, University of Maryland in the USA (2010).