Stefano Manservisi has been named the European Union’s ambassador to Turkey.
The EU’s mission to Turkey, its biggest delegation to a single country, has been without an ambassador since late October, when Jean-Maurice Ripert was appointed France’s ambassador to Russia.
Manservisi, who is Italian, is currently the European Commission’s director-general for home affairs, heading a department that focuses on security. He has been involved in shaping EU migration and asylum policy, as well as supporting policing of the EU’s borders and efforts to combat terrorism and organised crime.
Manservisi has held senior positions in the Commission since 1995, when he became head of the private office of Mario Monti, who was at the time the European commissioner for the internal market, customs and taxation.
From 2001 to 2004, he led the cabinet of Romano Prodi when he was president of the European Commission. From 2004 to 2010 he was the director-general for development.
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