European Commission Representation in Bucharest has a new head

Newsroom 13/12/2013 | 13:23

Angela Filote has been appointed head of the European Commission’s (EC) Representation in Romania, the institution announced today. Her appointment becomes effective on January 1st 2014.

Filote started working at EC’s headquarters in Brussels in 2010 after having previously worked in Romania, Turkey and Egypt. She has more than 20 years of professional experience in corporate communication management.

In 1993, Filote was recruited to set up the press and information team in the EC’s diplomatic representation in Romania. In 2006 she moved to Ankara, Turkey where she managed the EU Delegation’s main communication project. She then worked as deputy head of the EU Delegation in Egypt.

In early 2010, when the current Commission took office, she was appointed EC spokesperson for Enlargement and European Neighbourhood Policy. Since 2011, Filote has been working in the Commission’s Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development.

Filote has an educational background in economics, political sciences and European Affairs. She has a master of philosophy degree in international relations from the University of Amsterdam.

Simona Bazavan

BR Magazine | Latest Issue

Download PDF or read online: November 2022 Issue | Business Review Magazine

The November 2022 issue of Business Review Magazine is now available in digital format, featuring the main cover story titled “Samsung Remains Top Consumer Tech Provider on Romanian Market.” Read
Newsroom | 29/11/2022 | 10:17

    You will receive a download link for the latest issue of Business Review Magazine in PDF format, based on the completion of the form below.

    I agree with the Privacy policy of
    I agree with the storage and handling of my data by
    Advertisement Advertisement
    Close ×

    We use cookies for keeping our website reliable and secure, personalising content and ads, providing social media features and to analyse how our website is used.

    Accept & continue