|Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania|
August 23, 1944 – November 3, 1944
|Monarch||Michael of Romania|
|Preceded by||Mihai Antonescu|
|Succeeded by||Constantin Vișoianu|
August 1, 1908|
|Died||October 12, 1949
New York City
Niculescu-Buzești was one of the founding members of Romanian National Committee (Comitetul National Roman), an organization which claimed to be a Romanian government in exile. He was also one of the participants in the plot against the Romanian Nazi-collaborating dictator Ion Antonescu organized by the King Michael of Romania. Niculescu-Buzești died on October 12, 1949 in New York City.
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