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Created: 2014.08.11 / Updated: 2018.05.11 13:44

Darius Pranckevičius


Date of birth May 2th, 1967
Place of birth Vilnius, Lithuania


2015 EU Senior Officials course (ESGK) with Sweden Folke Bernadotte academy
2000 Economic and integration research studies at Oxford university
1998 International economy and finance negotiation program at Paris International institute of Public Administration
1992 Training program for Diplomats at Stanford University's Hoover Institution
1985-1992 Graduated from Vilnius University, Faculty of Economics

Work experience

2017- Ambassador of the Republic of Lithuania to the Canada
2014-2017 Director of Policy Planning Department at Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2010-2014 Ambassador-at-large and Representative at the political and security committee of the European Union
2007-2010 Lithuanian ambassador in the Republic of Turkey (2007-2010) and to the Islamic Republic of Iran (from Ankara, 2008-2010)
2004-2007 Head of the Foreign Policy at the Prime Minister’s office
2004 Head of Information and public affairs department at Ministry of Foreign Affairs
2001-2004 Lithuanian representative at the Organization of prohibition of chemical weapons (the Hague)
2000-2004 Charge d’ affaires in the Netherlands
1997-2000 Head of Economic Cooperation Division, Department of European Integration at Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1993-1997 First secretary, Embassy of Republic of Lithuania to United States of America
1993 First Secretary, Economic Analysis Division at Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1992-1993 First Secretary, European integration Division at Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1991-1992 First Secretary, Information and Press Division at Ministry of Foreign Affairs


Diplomatic rank

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary

Languages Lithuanian (native), English, Russian
Marotal status Married with son (wife Irena, son Domantas)

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