EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton appointed Hungarian diplomat, Janos Herman, as new head of the EU delegation to Georgia.
Herman, who will replace on this post Philip Dimitrov, currently serves as EU’s special envoy to Central Asia – the position where he was appointed just two months ago.
Herman joined the Hungarian Foreign Ministry almost forty years ago and has held senior diplomatic positions there, including the State Secretary and permanent representative to NATO till 2005, when he joined the European Commission. He has also served as head of the EU delegation to Norway.
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