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The Embassy of Argentina in Berlin

Contact

Address: Kleiststraße 23-26, 10787 Berlin.

Tel.: +49(0)302266890 

Fax: +49(0)302291400

E-mail: info_ealem@mrecic.gov.ar

www.ealem.mrecic.gov.ar/de

The Ambassador

Amb. Edgardo Mario Malaroda

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Accreditation date
08/03/2018

Education
1985 | Certified political economist of the Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires
1986 | German teacher (major diploma) at the Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany
2005 | master’s degree in international political economics at the Universidad de Belgrano, Buenos Aires, and at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques d'Aix-en-Provence, France

languages
German, English, French

Professional career
1983-1985 | Financial Analyst in the Finance Department of the State Secretariat for Housing, Ministry of Economy
1985-1988 | Cabinet of the National Export Management, State Secretariat for Industry and Foreign Trade
1988-1994 | 3rd Secretary of the Embassy, ​​Deputy Head of the Economic and Trade Department of the Consulate General in Hamburg
1994-1996 | 1st Secretary; Visitor Manager of the Protocol Department of the Foreign Ministry
1996-2003 | Envoy, Head of the Economic and Trade Department of the Embassy in Switzerland
2004 | Secretariat for International Economic Relations of the Foreign Ministry
2005-2007 | Cabinet of Undersecretary of State for International Trade
2007-2012 | Head of the Economic and Trade Department of the Embassy in France
2012-2013 | Chancery Chief of the Embassy in France
2013-2014 | Charge d'affaires in France
2014-2016 | Head of Department States of the European Community
2016-2018 | Consul General and Head of the Argentine Center for Economic Development Frankfurt am Main

History

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The Republic of Argentina and Germany officialy established diplomatic relations in 1857.

Bilateral relations have a broad foundation in business, culture and both countries share similar views on important multilateral issues, with particular emphasis on the importance of multilateralism, international law, human rights and nuclear non-proliferation. The two countries also have strong economic and trade relations.