Nadja inzko eltern

Nadja inzko eltern
Nadja inzko eltern

Nadja inzko eltern |Valentin Inzko is a Slowene Kärntner. Valentin Inzko sen. was his father, a Slawist and School Inspector. His son was influenced by his father’s leadership in the Kärntner Slowenen Rat and the Kranska kulturna zveza

Valentin Inzko attended the two-language Volksschule in Suetschach im Rosental from 1955 to 1959. After that, he worked at the Bundesgymnasium für Slowenen in Klagenfurt until 1967. .

He began his studies of legal sciences, as well as Serbokroatisch and Russian, at the University of Graz in 1967. He was promoted to Doktor juris in 1972. Following that, he attended the Diplomatische Akademie in Wien.

He was the stellvertretender Leiter of the UNDP-Vertretung in Ulan Bator from 1974 until 1978. After that, he served as the stellvertretender Leiter of the UNDP’s Colombo office for four years. He joined the Bundesministerium für auswärtige Angelegenheiten in 1981.

He was first assigned to the Politischen Sektion’s Abteilung for Mittel-, Ost-, and Südosteuropa, Centralasia, and South Caucasus. From 1982 to 1986, he worked as a press and cultural attaché at the Serbian Embassy in Belgrade.

Following that, he served as Ambassador to the United Nations in New York for three years, as well as being the Austrian Delegate to the General Assembly’s First Commission (for Security and International Cooperation) and the UN-stellvertretender Abrüstungskommission’s Vorsitzender.

From 1989 to 1990, he worked as the stellvertretender Leiter of the Abteilung für Presse und Information at the Austrian Foreign Ministry in Vienna.

Inzko was thereafter the Leiter of the OSZE-Mission in Serbien, im Sandak in Südwestserbia, from October to December 1992. From 1990 until 1996, he served as the Cultural Advisor to the Embassy of Tschechien in Prag, and from January 1, 1993, he served as the founding director of the Austrian Cultural Institute in Prag.

Nadja inzko eltern
Nadja inzko eltern

Martin Furtlehner, who was forced to return due to Nadja’s departure, was initially taken aback when he learned of her departure: “Ich habe mir Sorgen gemacht, es has mir leid gotten.” “You’ve been a huge loss for the show.”

The Niederösterreicher still had to complete his separation and wasn’t sure if he wanted to return. “It was clear to me then that if ‘Starmania’ required my services, I would return.”

Martin is interested to see how the audience reacts to him: “However, I am already looking forward to the next show and will give it my all!”

Nadja inzko eltern |Valentin Inzko is a Slowene Kärntner. Valentin Inzko sen. was his father, a Slawist and School Inspector. His son was influenced by his father’s leadership in the Kärntner Slowenen Rat and the Kranska kulturna zveza Valentin Inzko attended the two-language Volksschule in Suetschach im Rosental from 1955 to 1959. After that, he…

Nadja inzko eltern |Valentin Inzko is a Slowene Kärntner. Valentin Inzko sen. was his father, a Slawist and School Inspector. His son was influenced by his father’s leadership in the Kärntner Slowenen Rat and the Kranska kulturna zveza Valentin Inzko attended the two-language Volksschule in Suetschach im Rosental from 1955 to 1959. After that, he…

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