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UNDERSECRETARY OF DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS
HON. RANIERI MAMALCHI
Ranieri Mamalchi was born in Rome on January 30, 1956.
Graduated in Legal Sciences and with a Masters in Economics and European Union Law, Mamalchi has held various political positions in Italy; he worked as Head of the Secretariat of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Policies and of the Ministry of Communications.
In 1982 he was in the marketing direction of the Italian pharmaceutical company Laboratori Guidotti S.p.A.
In 1994 he was General Manager of Thuasne Italy, while in 2002 he held the position of General Manager of the CRA – National Council for Research and Experimentation in Agriculture in Rome (Italy).
In 2003 he became Director of National and International Institutional and Regulatory Affairs of Poste Italiane S.p.A.
From 2006 to 2016 he was Director of Institutional Affairs of ACEA S.p.A. the Italian multiservice company, active in the management and development of networks and services in the water, energy and environment sectors.
Mamalchi is also a member of the Board of Directors of EURISPES, the Italian Institute of Political, Economic and Social Studies which operates in the field of political, economic and social research.
A great expert in international politics and management of large companies, citizen of the Templar Nation, Ranieri Mamalchi was appointed Undersecretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs of the Templar Nation on 7 September 2020.
Accreditation UUN – Unrepresented United Nations
“I wish all of you, dear fellow citizens of the Templar Nation, my best wishes for a happy and serene New Year, wherever you are”.
05/12/2020: The Ambassador to Palestine Al Hhusseini officially met the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Mgr. Pizzaballa
The meeting took place on 4 December during the official entry of Bishop Pizzaballa into the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem.
03/12/2020: International Disability Day, President Bonsi: I would like to see a world in which disabled people do not receive pity, but concrete actions to eliminate disability
Equality and inclusion are fine words, but facts are needed.