Murade Isaac Miguigy Murargy
Mudare Murargy was born on May 10, 1946 in Mozambique and has a Licentiate degree in Law from the Law Faculty of Lisbon, Portugal.
Holding the title of Ambassador of the Republic of Mozambique, he was unanimously elected in 2012 as Executive Secretary of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP) by the IX Conference of Heads of State and Government.
Murade Murargy joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mozambique in 1976, where he served until 1980 as Legal Adviser in the Office of Research, Planning and Information. In 1980, he was appointed Director of Legal Affairs and Director of National Protocol, position he held until 1984. From 1984 to 1985, he served as Director of International Organizations and Conferences. In the same year, he was appointed Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador to France and non-resident Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany, Swiss Confederation, Republic of Tunisia, Gabon, Mali, Ivory Coast, Senegal, the Islamic Republic of Iran and Palestine. He was also appointed Permanent Delegate to UNESCO in Paris and Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Genoa, remaining there until 1995. In 1995 he was appointed Secretary General and Chief of Staff of the Presidency with the status of Minister of State until 2005. Since that year until July 2012, he served as Ambassador in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela.
Decorations and Honours:
- 1980: Appreciation letter by the Minister of Foreign Affairs in Mozambique;
- 1995: Grand Officer of the National Order of Merit of France;
- 1996: Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of Portugal;
- 2004: Eduardo Modlane Order of 3rd Degree of Mozambique and Diploma of Honor from the President of the Republic of Mozambique;
- 2012: Grand Cross of the Baron of Rio Branco Order of the Federative Republic of Brazil, Diploma of Honor from the President;
- 2014: Grand Cross of the order of Judiciary Merit Labour- Brazil;
- Honorary Citizens of the State of Minas Gerais – Brazil;
- Honorary Citizens of the Municipality of Rio de Janeiro – Brazil
Participation in International Conferences (1976-2004):
- Delegate to the General Meetings of the United Nations in the First and Sixth Committee.
- Head of Delegation to the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea
- Head of Delegation to the Human Rights Commission of the United Nations, in which he was Rapporteur.
- Delegate to the summits of the Organization of African Unity.
- Delegate to meetings of the Group of 77 and the non-aligned countries.
- Delegate to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
- Delegate to the Conferences in World Health
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