Constantin Vișoianu

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Constantin Vișoianu
Constantin Vișoianu 1945cr.jpg
Vișoianu in 1945
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania
In office
4 November 1944 – 5 March 1945
Monarch Michael of Romania
Preceded by Grigore Niculescu-Buzești
Succeeded by Gheorghe Tătărescu
Personal details
Born (1897-02-04)4 February 1897
Urlați, Prahova County, Kingdom of Romania
Died 4 January 1994(1994-01-04) (aged 96)
Washington, D.C., U.S.

Constantin Vișoianu (4 February 1897 – 4 January 1994) was a Romanian jurist, diplomat and politician.

He studied at the University of Bucharest and got a doctor's degree in Law at the Sorbonne in Paris.

Constantin Vișoianu was technical advisor at the League of Nations. From 1931 to 1933 he was member of the Romanian permanent delegation to the Conference on Disarmament. He was thereafter appointed minister plenipotentiary to The Hague (1933–1935) and Warsaw (1935–1936)

He was Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania from 4 November 1944 to 5 March 1945. Forced to flee from Romania when the Communist party rose to power, Constantin Vișoianu was chairman of the Romanian National Committee from 1948 to 1975.


  • Stan Stoica – Dicționar biografic de istorie a României (Ed. Meronia, București, 2008)