carlos-alzamora

BIOGRAPHY

Born In Lima 1926. Studied Law at Catholic University, Lima. Special studies in Chile, USA, Paraguay and Spain Universities. Law degree in 1951.

Joined the Peruvian Foreign Office in 1943 and the Foreign Service in 1948, serving in Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Italy, the Organization of American States (OAS), Paraguay and the United States, where he was posted twice before becoming an Ambassador in 1968.

Back that year in the Foreign Office, was Director of Integration, Negotiator of the Andean Pact, Under-Secretary for Economic Affairs and Integration, Secretary General of the I Meeting of Andean Foreign Ministers, Secretary General of the II Ministerial Meeting of the Group of 77, Alternate Director at the World Bank, Head of the First Trade Mission to China in 1970, Spokesman for the Andean Countries at the GATT’s Tokyo Round and Co-Chairman with Japan of the Commodities Commission at the Paris’s Conference of International Economic Cooperation.

Has been Permanent Representative to the United Nations European Office in Geneva, twice Permanente Representative to United Nations, Representative to the Security Council, Vice-President of the UN General Assembly and Ambassador the United States of America.

Has also been Permanent Secretary of the Latin American Economic System (SELA), Assistant Secretary General of United Nations, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Compensation Commission, President of the XL Consultative Meeting of the Member Countries of the Antarctic Treaty, Negotiator of the Andean Preference Trade and Drug Eradication Act (ATPDEA) and Senior Adviser for the negotiation of the Free Trade Agreement with the United States.

Ambassador Alzamora published several books and writings, among them: “Bases para una Respuesta de Latinoamérica a la Crisis Mundial”, by Enrique Iglesias and Carlos Alzamora, 1983; “Cooperación Política Regional para la Democracia”, by Juan Somavía y Carlos Alzamora, 1986; “La Capitulación de América Latina – El drama de la deuda latinoamericana: sus orígenes, sus costos, sus consecuencias”, 1998; “La Agonía del Visionario – La lección final de Raúl Porras”, 2000

Born In Lima 1926. Studied Law at Catholic University, Lima. Special studies in Chile, USA, Paraguay and Spain Universities. Law degree in 1951.

Joined the Peruvian Foreign Office in 1943 and the Foreign Service in 1948, serving in Bolivia, Brazil, Ecuador, Italy, the Organization of American States (OAS), Paraguay and the United States, where he was posted twice before becoming an Ambassador in 1968.

Back that year in the Foreign Office, was Director of Integration, Negotiator of the Andean Pact, Under-Secretary for Economic Affairs and Integration, Secretary General of the I Meeting of Andean Foreign Ministers, Secretary General of the II Ministerial Meeting of the Group of 77, Alternate Director at the World Bank, Head of the First Trade Mission to China in 1970, Spokesman for the Andean Countries at the GATT’s Tokyo Round and Co-Chairman with Japan of the Commodities Commission at the Paris’s Conference of International Economic Cooperation.

Has been Permanent Representative to the United Nations European Office in Geneva, twice Permanente Representative to United Nations, Representative to the Security Council, Vice-President of the UN General Assembly and Ambassador the United States of America.

Has also been Permanent Secretary of the Latin American Economic System (SELA), Assistant Secretary General of United Nations, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Compensation Commission, President of the XL Consultative Meeting of the Member Countries of the Antarctic Treaty, Negotiator of the Andean Preference Trade and Drug Eradication Act (ATPDEA) and Senior Adviser for the negotiation of the Free Trade Agreement with the United States.

Ambassador Alzamora published several books and writings, among them: “Bases para una Respuesta de Latinoamérica a la Crisis Mundial”, by Enrique Iglesias and Carlos Alzamora, 1983; “Cooperación Política Regional para la Democracia”, by Juan Somavía y Carlos Alzamora, 1986; “La Capitulación de América Latina – El drama de la deuda latinoamericana: sus orígenes, sus costos, sus consecuencias”, 1998; “La Agonía del Visionario – La lección final de Raúl Porras”, 2000