Daniele Mancini

Background

Daniele Mancini

Ambassador

Daniele Mancini was born in Rome in 1952 and entered the Diplomatic Service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1978, remaining there until 31 December 2017.
Graduated in Political Science “summa cum laude” in 1975 at the La Sapienza University of Rome, in 1977 he obtained a Masters in International Relations “with honors” at the Italian Society for International Organization (SIOI) and studied Moral Philosophy and Theories and Communication Techniques at Georgetown University in Washington DC in 1996-1997.

His profession led him to Madrid (1980-81), Baghdad (1981 – 1983), Paris (1983 – 1987), Islamabad (1987 – 1988), Washington (1993 – 1998) and Brussels Permanent Representation to NATO ( 1998 – 2000).

He is awarded the highest honors (Knight of the Grand Cross) of the Italian Republic, the Holy See, the Order of Malta, the Order of the Holy Sepulcher, the Order of St. George and numerous European and non-European states.