Edin Dilberović

Date and place of birth:  18 October 1969,  Dubrovnik


1995 – 1996    Central-European University, Budapest and the University of the State of New York, USA, post-graduate studies, Political Economy and Political Studies

1989 – 1993    Faculty of Tourism and Foreign Trade, Dubrovnik

Work experience:

2015 –             Director of Directorate for European Integration, the Council of Ministers of BiH

2012 – 2015   Ambassador of BiH in Federal Republic of Germany

2010 – 2012   Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs for Bilateral Relations 

 2009 – 2010  Head of Department for the Council of Europe, OSCE and regional initiatives at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of BiH, Sarajevo 

2005 – 2008  Ambassador – Head of BiH Mission at the UN, OSCE and other international organizations in Vienna

2003 – 2005 Foreign Policy and Economy Adviser, Presidency of BiH, Sarajevo

2002 – 2003  Minister – counsellor; Head of Department for Economic Diplomacy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of BiH, Sarajevo

2000 – 2002  Chief of Cabinet to the Minister for Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of BiH, Sarajevo

1997 – 2000  Third Secretary, Permanent Mission of BiH to OSCE, Vienna 

1996 – 1997    Ministry of Foreign Affairs of BiH, Office for International Cooperation in the Fields of Science, Technology, Education, Culture and Sports, Sarajevo            


1996              Diplomatic training at the European Commission, Brussels, Belgium

1997              Seminar for the members of international missions, Diplomatic Academy, Vienna, Austria

1998              OSCE Summer School, Schlaining, Austria

1999              Study trip and training in the USA, Information Agency USA (Washington D.C., San Francisco, Madison, Atlanta and New York)

2001              Training programme for diplomats, State Department, Washington D.C., USA

2001              Programme on economy, finances, investment and international assistance, JICA, Tokio, Japan

2002              International investment promotion training, Centre for Commercial Studies, CECO Madrid, Spain

2003              Course: “NATO and Southeast Europe – perspectives and challenges”, Marshal  Centre and German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Berlin, Germany

Fluent in English and German, intermediate in Italian.

Married, father of two daughters.