Secretary General of the Permanent Secretariat (PS) of the Intergovernmental Commission (IGC) TRACECA
Date and place of birth: 15 August 2015, Bucharest / Romania
TRACECA is a generally recognized international programme aimed at strengthening of economic relations, trade and transport communication in the regions of the Black Sea basin, South Caucasus and Central Asia. Today the TRACECA route comprises the transport system of 13 member states of the “Basic Multilateral Agreement on International Transport for Development of the Europe-the Caucasus-Asia Corridor”. The Intergovernmental Commission TRACECA aims at ensuring the efficient and reliable Eurasian transport links, promoting the effectiveness and appeal of the Europe-the Caucasus-Asia corridor, as well as cooperation with the interested financial institutions.
As President, CEO of the Aero Consult Services S.A. in Bucharest, 2012-2014, the main activity of Mr. Ciopraga was concentrated on drafting, promoting and financing the project of a regional training center in the field of civil aviation as well as drafting of an investment project in the field of aero photogramme for governmental administrators of transport network (road and railways).
Mr. Ciopraga served as President of Board of Directors in S.C. Transelectrica S.A., responsible for establishing the main directions of activity and development of the company; governing the organization by broad policies and objectives, formulated and agreed upon by the chief executive and employees.
Mr. Mircea Ciopraga had also of political career. In the period of 2004-2008, he took offices as:
- Member of Romanian Parliament, Chamber of Deputies,
- Vice-president of the Commission for Transport, Industry and Services of the Chamber of Deputies;
- Vice-president of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (PABSEC);
- President of the Romanian Delegation at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (PABSEC) Projects and responsibilities.
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