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Ambassador Marina Jovićević, PhD

 

Born in 1969 in Belgrade

BIOGRAPHY

Professional experience:

• 2017 – Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Serbia to the Kingdom of Belgium

• 2015 – 2017 Acting Assistant Minister, Head of the Sector for the European Union, MFA

• 2014 – 2015 Coordinator, Sector for the European Union, Minister-Counsellor, MFA

• 2011 – 2014 Consul General in Herceg Novi, Montenegro

• 2009 – 2011 Assistant Minister, Head of the Sector for the European Union, MFA

• 2008 – 2009 Director, Regional Initiatives Directorate, First Counsellor, MFA

• 2003 – 2007 First Secretary (two years as Chargé d'Affaires a.i.), Embassy of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro/Republic of Serbia, Kingdom of Denmark

• 2002 – 2003 Directorate for the OSCE and the Council of Europe, First Secretary, MFA

• 2002 Joined the FRY Ministry of Foreign Affairs Europe, First Secretary, MFA

• 1996 – 2002 Independent researcher, Institute for Scientific Information of the Military Medical Academy

• 1994 –1995 Teacher of English language at Nikola Tesla Secondary School in Belgrade

Other professional activities:

• 2016 – 2017 Lecturer on Serbia's European integration, MFA Diplomatic Academy

• 2015 – 2017 Deputy Chair, Negotiating Group for Chapter 31 – Foreign, Security and Defense Policy, Coordination Body for the EU Accession Process

• 2015 – 2017 National Coordinator for SEECP

• 2014 – 2015 Coordinator of Cooperation among SEE MFAs, GIZ project

• 2014 – 2015 MFA Coordinator for Professional Proofreading

• 2009 – 2010 Lecturer on Serbia's European integration, MFA Diplomatic Academy

• 2008 – 2011 Member of the Council for European Integration of the Republic of Serbia

• 2008 – 2010 National Coordinator for the Regional Cooperation Council

• 2008 – 2009 National Coordinator for SEECP and the Central European Initiative

Education:

• 2014 PhD at the Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade; doctoral thesis - Regional and European Cooperation - Model Cooperation of the Nordic Countries

• 2008 Counsellor’s exam at the MFA

• 2003 MA from the Department of Library and IT Science, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philology

• 2003 Graduated from the MFA Diplomatic Academy

• 1995 Graduated from the Belgrade Faculty of Philology, English Department

• Completed primary and secondary school in Belgrade

Professional training:

• Advanced course in human rights, Raoul Wallenberg Institute, Lund

• United States Institute of Peace course on negotiations, Palic

• Venice Commission seminar on "Human Rights Protection in Europe: the Council of Europe, the EU, the OSCE and the UN systems", Trieste

• The International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP), U.S. Department of State, study visit to the U.S.

• Training program: Strengthening leadership skills in the public administration, PwC's Academy

Scientific and research papers:

• Regional cooperation among Nordic countries as a model for countries of South-East Europe, Compilation of works Serbia in South-East Europe, edited by Dragan Djukanovic and Vladimir Trapara, Belgrade: Institute for International Politics and Economics, Hans Seidel Stiftung; 2013, p.p. 496-509.

• The Model of Nordic Regionalism, Review of International Affairs, Vol. LXV, No. 1153-1154, June 2014, p.p. 24-39 agan Djukanovic and Vladimir Trapara, Belgrade: Institute for International Politics and Economics, Hans Seidel Stiftung; 2013, p.p. 496-509.

• The Model of Cooperation among Nordic Countries, Belgrade, The Official Gazette, 2015

• Regional cooperation in the Balkans, from 1990s until today – impact of the EU, Review of International Affairs, Vol. LXVI, No. 1158-1159, April – September 2015

• Serbia and the Common Foreign and Security Policy, Collection of works "EU Common Foreign and Security Policy: Current challenges", Eds. Misa Djurkovic and Milan Igrutinovic, Belgrade: Institute for European Studies, 2016

Fluent in English; German - B2

Married, 3 children

 


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