Greek diplomat Rokas nominated as new EU Ambassador in Skopje


The EU’s High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, has officially nominated Greek diplomat Michalis Rokas as the EU Ambassador to N. Macedonia.

He has been serving as EU Ambassador to Malaysia since December 2020. Rokas has previously served as Head of Division for support to Delegations in the EEAS.

“The appointment process of the nominees will be formalized following the receipt of the official approval (agrément), where applicable, from the respective host countries,” EEAS, the diplomatic service of the European Union, said in a press release.

44 Heads of Delegation, Heads of Office, Chargés d’affaires a.i. of the European Union have been nominated including Luigi Soreca (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Aivo Orav (Kosovo), Thomas Hans Ossowski (Turkey), Johann Sattler (Montenegro) and Miroslav Lajcak (Switzerland).

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