Embassy of Canada, Bucharest

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Embassy of Canada in Bucharest
The chancery of the Embassy, opened 2006
Location Bucharest
Address 1-3 Tuberozelor St.
Ambassador Philippe Beaulne
Website Officialwebsite

The Embassy of Canada in Bucharest is the diplomatic mission of Canada to Romania. The Embassy provides consular services to Canadian citizens residing or travelling in Romania, Bulgaria, and Moldova.

History[edit]

Canada appointeed its first resident ambassador in Romania in December 1967.[1]

The new four-storey chancery was inaugurated in December 2006 and is located at 1-3, Tuberozelor Street, Bucharest 011411. Its striking architecture includes pre-oxidized panels on two building faces.

On June 15, 2009, Lawrence Cannon, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs, announced that Philippe Beaulne as Ambassador to Romania, with concurrent accreditation to the Republic of Bulgaria, and High Commissioner to the Republic of Cyprus. He will lead a mission of 11 Canada-based diplomats and about 45 locally-employed staff.

Ambassadors[edit]

Ambassador Title Career Appointment Date Presentation of credentials Termination of mission
Bruce MacGillivray Williams AE&P C July 26, 1967 January 19, 1968 September 9, 1972
Robert Louis Rogers AE&P C April 22, 1972 September 1972 July 27, 1974
Robert Parke Cameron AE&P C June 10, 1974 December 11, 1976
J.E. Thibault AE&P C July 27, 1976 December 11, 1976 June 29, 1979
Peter McLaren Roberts AE&P C July 12, 1979 October 9, 1979 August 15, 1983
Jacques T. Simard AE&P C October 13, 1983 September 20, 1983
Saul Grey AE&P C July 30, 1987 September 29, 1987
William M.M. Fairweather AE&P C 1991 October 7, 1991
Gilles Horace J. Duguay AE&P C July 4, 1995 August 28, 1998
David Collins AE&P C July 15, 1998 September 10, 1998 August 10, 2000
Raphaël Girard AE&P C June 26, 2000 August 1, 2003
Franco D. Pillarella AE&P C July 31, 2003 October 3, 2003 2006
Marta Moszczenska AE&P C June 14, 2006 August 30, 2006 2009
Philippe Beaulne AE&P C June 15, 2009 September 2, 2009

Canada-Romania relations[edit]

Bilateral relations at embassy level were initiated on April 3, 1967.

Romania’s Embassy in Ottawa was opened in 1970. Romania has three Consulates General, in Montreal,[2] Toronto,[3] Vancouver, and a Honorary Consulate in Moncton. Both countries are members of NATO.

Romania's senior official in Ottawa currently is Mr. Dorian Mihai, Chargé d'affaires.

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Coordinates: 44°27′40″N 26°04′55″E / 44.46098°N 26.081838°E / 44.46098; 26.081838