Nicolae Mișu

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Nicolae Mișu
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania
In office
October 15, 1919 – November 30, 1919
Monarch Ferdinand I
Preceded by Arthur Văitoianu
Succeeded by Alexandru Vaida-Voevod
Personal details
Born 1858 (1858)
Died 1924 (1925) (aged 66)
Bucharest, Romania

Nicolae Mișu (1858–1924) was a Romanian politician and diplomat who served as the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania.

Life and political career[edit]

Mișu completed a law degree in Germany and political science studies in Paris. He was the first envoy of the Romanian monarch in Bulgaria. He also served as the Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Vienna, Constantinople and London. While in London, he lobbied for protection of interests of Aromanians in Pind Mountains.[1] He was also involved in discussions on rights of Jewish minority of Dobruja when it was split between Romania and Bulgaria.[2] From October 15 until November 30, 1919 Mișu was Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania within the Artur Văitoianu cabinet during which Romania became a signatory to the Treaty of Saint-Germain-en-Laye.

He died in 1924 in Bucharest.

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