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Nineta Barbulescu (Nineta Dragomir) was born on 23 February, 1968 in Galați, Romania. Discover Nineta Barbulescu’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 52 years old?
|Popular As||Nineta Dragomir|
|Age||52 years old|
|Born||23 February 1968|
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Nineta Barbulescu Height, Weight & Measurements
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Who Is Nineta Barbulescu’s Husband?
Her husband is Dan Bărbulescu (m. 1992)
|Husband||Dan Bărbulescu (m. 1992)|
Nineta Barbulescu Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Timeline of Nineta Barbulescu
She was appointed Ambassador to Australia in mid-2013 by then-President Traian Basescu. Previously working as the Director General for Export Controls Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Bărbulescu started her career in 1992 at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, after graduating with a Bachelor in International Public Law at the University of Bucharest.
After being appointed Director General for Export Controls in January of 2013 (within Ministry of Foreign Affairs), she initiated a package of amendments to the Romanian Arms Export Controls Law (currently in force). Nineta also held the following positions in 2013 prior to becoming Ambassador;
She was appointed Ambassador of Romania to Australia in October 2013. Later in April 2015, becoming non-resident Ambassador to New Zealand. Barbulescu is the first Romanian Ambassador appointed to Pacific islands countries. In July 2018, presenting her credentials in Solomon Islands and Republic of Kiribati, and establishing diplomatic relationships. Early 2019 (January-March), she presented her credentials in Vanuatu, Samoa and Fiji. In 2017, Bărbulescu opened the first Romanian Honorary Consulates in Perth, Western Australia , Adelaide and South Australia. In June of 2018, a consular bureau was established (of Embassy of Romania) in Melbourne, Victoria, providing for the thousands of those of Romanian origins living in Victoria, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania.
In 2010, Bărbulescu was awarded the diplomatic attaché Minister Plenipotentiary for her work at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Following years (2011-2012) Nineta was Chair of the Hague Code of Conduct against Ballistic Missile Proliferation, Vienna. In 2012, she also was Romanian Sous-Sherpa at the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit.
Between 2010–2014 she also served as Member, Vice-Chair and Chair of the Confidentiality Commission of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. Furthermore, being re-elected for her third consecutive term by the Conference of States Parties (CSP) to the Chemical Weapons Convention as Member of the OPCW Confidentiality Commission.
Between 2007-2013 she served as Director for the following; OSCE, Asymmetrical Risks, Non Proliferation & Combating Terrorism Directorate within Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Cumulative (2010-2012) she also served as Director for Human Rights and Council of Europe Directorate. Bărbulescu managed the a range of security related issues such as; Non Proliferation, disarmament, hard security topics, counter-proliferation, conventional arms topics (including small arms, light weapons (SALW) and ammunition), arms control (CFE, Open Sky, Vienna Document 1999), policies in export controls, human rights and rights of persons belonging to minorities, OSCE and Council of Europe a.s.o.
In 2002, the President of Romania awarded Bărbulescu the National Order of Merit – for her work towards the national foreign policy, involving NATO and the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Directorate in MFA.
Bărbulescu started her career in 1992 at the Euro Atlantic Center in Bucharest. A year later she was appointed Chief of Cabinet at the Office of the Chamber of Deputies Speaker, position held until 1997. Between 1997-1999 respectively, Nineta served as First Secretary of Public International Law Directorate within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. During the same period, Nineta served as senior expert at the NATO & Non-Proliferation Directorate within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 2000 she was appointed Deputy Director for NATO and Strategic Issues Department and the MFA representative to the Inter-Agency Council for Arms and Dual Use Export Controls. The following years, 2001-2005, Bărbulescu was appointed State Secretary, President of the National Agency for Arms Export Controls (renamed ANCEX) of Romania and Head of the National Authority for the Chemical Weapons Convention implementation in Romania.
Mrs. Bărbulescu speaks English and French, is married to Mr. Dan Bărbulescu (m.1992) and has 4 sons: Tudor, Victor, Cristian and David. Barbulescu and her family arrived in Australia in October of 2013.
Nineta Bărbulescu (born 23 February 1968) is a Romanian career diplomat, and current Ambassador of Romania to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Independent State of Samoa, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Kiribati and Tuvalu.
Nineta Dragomir was born in Galați, near Danube in 1968 and attended the Vasile Alecsandri National College. She graduated the Law Faculty of the University of Bucharest with Magna Cum Laude in 1992. Nineta was a lecturer and visiting professor for public international law to the following Romanian universities; Bucharest University/Law Faculty, Dimitrie Cantemir University, Titu Maiorescu University and Nicolae Titulescu Law Institute. She also published several studies and publications dedicated to inter alia new developments in human rights field (eg. European citizenship), law of the sea, International Criminal Court, International Tribunal for Rwanda and International Court of Justice jurisprudence and the export controls field. In 1999, together with fellow Romanian, Mr. Aurel Preda Matasaru, Nineta published a book, “The International Court of Justice and the Law of the Sea”.