Fundación Euroamerica

La Fundación Euroamérica es una organización para fomentar las relaciones entre Europa y América

Narcisa Vladulescu


Jefa de la Sección Política de la Delegación de la UE en Perú



Chair of the Council Working Party on Nonproliferation (CONOP)
European External Action Service (EEAS), Brussels

  • Leading and managing CONOP, its agenda and its operational conclusions, including preparation and adoption of Council Conclusions and Council Decisions.
  • Representation of EU in international meetings on a broad range of topics related to arms control, non-proliferation and disarmament.
  • Coordination within EEAS structures, as well as with Commission services and other partners; coordi-nation of the EU-US dialogue on this area.
  • Coordination of a team of 3 to 8 colleagues, depending on the WP agenda.



Diplomatic Counselor – Political Section
European Union Delegation to the United Nations, New York

  • Analysis & reporting, negotiations, representation, public relations, MS coordination.
  • Regional coordinator for the EU on UN peacekeeping matters, including the negotiations of the Report of the Special Committee on Peacekeeping
  • EU negotiator on the UNGA resolution in support of mediation efforts, as well as on the UN Special Political Mission.
  • Responsible for the bilateral relationship with the UN secretariat regarding the implementation of the strategic partnership between the EU and UN in crisis management and peacekeeping
  • Responsible for nuclear and other WMD related topics in UN Security Council, UNGA First Committee



Diplomatic Counsellor/Security and Political Affairs Officer

Permanent Mission of Romania to the United Nations, New York

  • Analysis, monitoring & reporting, negotiations, representation.
  • Head of Romanian Delegation to the First Conference of the States Parties to the Arms Trade Treaty (Cancun, August 2015).
  • Responsible for Europe, Africa issues in the UN Security Council, as well as nuclear and other WMD related topics, including on the agenda of UNGA plenary.
  • Responsible for the UNGA First Committee.
  • Negotiator on behalf of Romania on the UNGA resolution on mediation.
  • Office holder for the Eastern European Group at the UN: vice-chairperson in the First Committee Bureau for the period June 2014 - June 2015, the vice-chairpersons of the United Nations Disarmament Commission for the period October 2013 - October 2014.
  • Responsible for the ministerial and presidential programme during UNGA high level weeks.


MAY 2009 – DECEMBER 2011

Diplomat - First Secretary/ Desk Officer for nonproliferation
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania

  • Analysis, monitoring & reporting, representation.
  • Support for the Romania’s membership in the Board of Governors of the IAEA (2009-2010), as well as to the Missions in Geneva and New York on disarmament, non-proliferation and other security related issues.
  • Delegate to CODUN (2009)
  • Advisor to the Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, between 2010 and 2011, in charge of normative aspects related to the MFA’s administrative, human resources and organizational affairs.


DECEMBER 2004 – APRIL 2009

Diplomat - Second Secretary
Permanent Mission of Romania to the International Organizations in Vienna

  • Analysis, monitoring & reporting, representation.
  • Advisor to the Romanian president of the UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice in March- April 2009.
  • Office holder for the Eastern European Group at the UN: rapporteur of the thirty-fourth session of UNIDO’s Industrial Development Board.



Diplomat - Attaché/Third Secretary
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania

  • Advisor to the State Secretary of the MFA, between March 2003 and March 2004
  • Legal advisor in the Directorate for Legislation and Judicial Affairs.





Fellowship on non proliferation
James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute for International Studies, United States

  • Non proliferation; Security Studies



UN Disarmament Fellowship
UN headquarters in Geneva, New York; IAEA in Vienna; OPCW in The Hague.

  • UN system in the disarmament and nonproliferation areas; International Relations; Security Studies; Multilateral Diplomacy


Postgraduate Certificate
Universite de Paris 1 Pantheon - Sorbonne and University of Bucharest, Romania

  • International Cooperation and EU Regulations

2001 - 2002
Diplomatic Studies Certificate
Academia Diplomatica del Peru, Lima

  • International relations; International Negotiations; Diplomacy

1996 - 2000
Bachelor’s Degree in Law (JD equivalent)
University of Bucharest (Faculty of Law)

  • Civil Law, Penal Law, International Law, Labor Law, International Trade Law, etc.





English, Spanish, French



Solid communication skills developed through chairing and coordinating meetings, speaking in public in various international fora and conferences, drafting press releases and other communication materials for general public, as well as internal notes, policy papers and legal documents



Organisational / managerial skills:
Leadership skills – as Chair of a Council working party I ensure smooth conduct of the WP meetings with a view to achieving common positions. I work closely, guide and coordinate the SECDEFPOL.4 team in charge of topics on the CONOP agenda, as well as other colleagues in EEAS departments contributing to CONOP.
Organizational skills – extensively exercised in my daily activities, given the workload and the necessity to prioritize meetings and urgent issues, which seldom overlap
Negotiations skills: acquired through a long practice from my first experience of tabling a national resolution in the Commission for Narcotic Drugs in Vienna in 2007, further refined during my participation in various negotiations formats: bilateral, as well as multilateral. As a Chair of a Council working party, a big part of my job is to negotiate with MS delegates on topics ranging from the agenda of the meetings to the text of Council conclusions.
Team-work abilities: developed further in my postings in New York and Brussels where the work is mainly a result of excellent cooperation with colleagues from the same unit, but also colleagues from other units, departments and services of the Commission.