Anna Diamantopoulou in the final four of candidates for the post of Secretary General of the OECD

In the final four of the candidates for the promotion of the next G.G. of the O.O.S.A. Anna Diamantopoulou has been here since yesterday, after the third round of evaluation was completed, which resulted in the withdrawal of a very serious candidacy of the Danish current deputy secretary general. of the Agency, Ul.Knudsen.

Given that this is the first time in history that Greece is claiming the leadership of such an important international organization, the dynamics of Ms. Diamantopoulou’s candidacy is impressive. The impeccable presence in tele-hearings, the exemplary work in organizational and communication level, as well as the multifaceted support of the Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, the Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Dendias, the Permanent Representative of Greece to the OECD G. Prevelakis, the Head of Greek candidacy, Ambassador Dimitris Azemopoulos and the entire Greek diplomacy, made the Greek candidacy the big surprise of the process.

The three candidates with Anna Diamantopoulou

Now everything is open for the final selection that will be completed on March 5, where besides Mrs. Diamantopoulou, the former also European Commissioner from Sweden, C. Malmstrom, the former Minister of Finance of Australia, M. Cormann and the Swiss Vice President are participating. of Blackrock, P.Hildebrand. The fact that it takes so many rounds of evaluation to become the head of the Agency demonstrates the potential for candidacy and the high level of competition.

In previous rounds of evaluation, the candidacies of the current President of Estonia K. Kaljulaid, the former Minister of Finance of Canada B. Morneau, the current Minister of Environment of Poland M.Kurtyka, the former Deputy Minister of the Czech Republic V.Dlou had been withdrawn. and Trump’s White House Deputy Managing Director, C. Liddell.

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