President Piñera appoints new ambassadors
The Minister (s) of Foreign Affairs, Carolina Valdivia, reported that the President of the Republic, Sebastián Piñera, appointed as Ambassadors of Chile in Romania and Croatia the career diplomats María Pía Busta Díaz and Cristián Streeter Nebel, respectively, who already received their corresponding approvals.
Ambassador María Pía Busta is a Commercial Engineer from the University of Chile and a graduate of the "Andrés Bello" Diplomatic Academy.
Abroad she has served as Ambassador of Chile in the Hellenic Republic and Concurrent in Serbia and Cyprus (2015-2019). Likewise, he was responsible for serving at the Chilean Embassies in the United Kingdom and Argentina, as well as the Consul General of Chile in Buenos Aires.
At the Foreign Ministry, meanwhile, he has held responsibilities both in the Directorate of Multilateral Affairs, as well as in the Directorate of European and South American Affairs. Similarly, she served in the Directorate of Economic Affairs (bilateral and multilateral), in the Cabinet of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and as Deputy Director of the "Andrés Bello" Diplomatic Academy.
At the time of her appointment, she was serving as Director of the Middle East and African Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Ambassador Cristian Streeter has a degree in History from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and is a graduate of the "Andrés Bello" Diplomatic Academy.
Abroad he was Ambassador of Chile in Ireland (2016-2019). Previously it corresponded to him to assume like Alternate Representative so much before UNESCO, as before United Nations and OO.II. in Geneva. During his career, he also served in the Chilean Embassies in Lebanon, Egypt, Thailand, France, and Morocco, as well as the Permanent Mission of Chile to the UN.
In Chile, meanwhile, he served as Head of the Ceremonial, Head of the Sea Department, Head of the United Nations Department and as Deputy Director of the "Andrés Bello" Diplomatic Academy.
At the time of his appointment, he was serving as Director of Multilateral Policy of the Foreign Ministry.