Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia
Gordan Grlić Radman, born 1958, employed at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration; permanent representative of the Republic of Croatia to the Danube Commission in Budapest. After completing university studies and acquiring the academic title of Agricultural Economics Engineer in 1982, he lived and worked in Switzerland where he underwent professional training. He returned to Croatia in 1991 to the position of Business Secretary at the School of Medicine of the University of Zagreb only to return to Switzerland once more in 1992 as an employee of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in charge of setting up the Croatian diplomatic consular network.
As a member of the Managing Board of the Atlantic Council of Croatia he participated in international conferences abroad and, in cooperation with the Embassy of the United States of America, he took part in public forums aimed at informing and educating Croatian citizens on the benefits and commitments ensuing from membership in NATO. He has been appointed Research Associate at the Faculty of Political Science in Zagreb.