Journalist Luca Niculescu to be Romania’s ambassador to France

Journalist Luca Niculescu, editor-in-chief RFI Romania, will represent Romania’s diplomatic interests in Paris, President Klaus Iohannis being set to sign the decree appointing him Romania’s ambassador to France next week.
“The appointment decree will be signed next week,” official sources pointed out for Mediafax on Sunday.
Niculescu (born in 1971) has a B.A. degree in journalism and an M.A. degree in European journalism from the University Centre for Journalism in Strasbourg. He joined RFI in 1992 and since 2000 has been RFI Romania’s editor-in-chief.
Niculescu has also been a correspondent for France Info, France Inter, France Culture, TV5 and Liberation. The journalist made shows for Money Channel, TVR and currently has a show on Digi24.
On December 1, President Klaus Iohannis conferred the Cultural Merit Award, Knight Degree, to Radio France Internationale (RFI) Romania.
The activity of the Romanian embassy in France is currently coordinated by a charge d’affaires ad interim.

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