Apostolic nuncio to austria

The Apostolic Nuncio to the Austria is an ecclesiastical office of the Roman Catholic Church in Austria. It is a diplomatic post of the Holy See, whose representative is called the Apostolic Nuncio with the rank of an ambassador.

Apostolic Nuncio to Austria since 1700

Diplomatic relations ceased from the Anschluss until 1946.
  • Maurilio Silvani (4 Nov 1946 - 22 Dec 1947)
  • Giovanni Battista Dellepiane (12 Jan 1949 - 13 Aug 1961)
  • Opilio Rossi (25 Sep 1961 - 10 Dec 1976 )
  • Mario Cagna (11 May 1976 - 4 Dec 1984 )
  • Michele Cecchini (4 Dec 1984 - 26 Apr 1989 )
  • Donato Squicciarini (1 Jul 1989 - 8 Oct 2002 )
  • Giorgio Zur (8 Oct 2002 - 26 Jul 2005 )
  • Edmond Farhat (26 Jul 2005 - 14 Jan 2009 )
  • Peter Stephan Zurbriggen (14 Jan 2009 - )

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