Franz Ceska

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Franz Ceska (born 31 January 1936 in Vienna) is an Austrian diplomat. He was Ambassador to Belgium from 1982 to 1988, Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva from 1988 to 1991, Secretary General of the Federation of Austrian Industry from 1992 to 1997, and Ambassador to France from 1997 to 2001.[1]

He studied law at the University of Vienna, earning a doctorate. He subsequently attended the College of Europe in Bruges from 1958 to 1959,[2] and immediately afterwards joined the Foreign Ministry.

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  1. ^ Otto M. Maschke, Dr.-Wilfried-Haslauer-Bibliothek, Österreichische Nationalgeschichte nach 1945: Mit anderen Augen gesehen, Forschungsinstitut für Politisch-Historische Studien, S. 904
  2. ^ Dieter Mahncke, Léonce Bekemans, Robert Picht, The College of Europe. Fifty years of service to Europe, College of Europe, Bruges, 1999. ISBN 9080498319