Tuesday, 21 June 2022, Berlin-Tiergarten, Germany: At the Langhanssaal in Bellevue Palace, German Federal President Dr. Frank Walter Steinmeier received the letters of credence from Ambassador Lorenzo Ravano, which formally accredited the latter to the country as novel head of mission representing His Serene Highness The Sovereign Prince of Monaco. The Monégasque Embassy in Germany likewise heeds relations vis-à-vis the Republic of Austria, and the Republic of Poland.
Lorenzo Livio Maria Ravano is well-acquainted to Germany, and speaks the German language in addition to his native French. In the same measure he masters the Italian, English and Spanish languages, and served previously in the capacity as Minister-Counsellor-Deputy Head of Mission of the Princely Monégasque Embassy to Germany, Poland and Austria as well as Deputy Permanent Representative of the Principality of Monaco to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and International Organizations based in Vienna from 2017, and up to his first ambassadorship.
Before arriving in Berlin, Ambassador Ravano served in the capacity as Counsellor, subsequently First Counsellor (from 2016) and Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of Monaco in the United States of America and Canada, Deputy Permanent Observer of the Principality of Monaco to the Organization of American States (from 2011). Serving in Washington D.C. from 2008 through 2017.
The Ambassador holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from the International University of Monaco, summa cum laude. Moreover, a Postgraduate European Education and Diploma in International Marketing issued by the Academy of Brussels
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