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Hajdar Muneka

Hajdar Muneka (born 20 March 1954 in Has) is an Albanian journalist and diplomat. Married, with two children.

Education

Hajdar Muneka received a Chinese language degree from the Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China. He also has a master's degree in Journalism, University of Tirana, Albania.

Career

Starting in 1979, Hajdar Muneka served as journalist covering European Affairs at Albanian Radio Television, Radio Televizioni Shqiptar, in Tirana, Albania.

Muneka began his diplomatic career in 1991, when he became a Desk Officer at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Albania and latter First Secretary of the Embassy of Albania in Beijing, China. In 1997, he was appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Albania in Beijing, China. In the same time Hajdar Muneka has been appointed ambassador designate to Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore. In 2001 Muneka was appointed Head of Mission of the Embassy of Albania in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

References

  • The Presidential Accreditation which appoints Hajdar Muneka as the Ambassador of Albanian in P.R.C.
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