Ambassador of Peru Presents Letters of Credence

Jorge Eduardo Román Morey

Ambassador of Peru Letters of Credence
Credential Letters from Jorge E. Román Morey, Ambassador of Peru to the Holy See, 22. Nov © Vatican Media

This morning Pope Francis received in audience, in the Vatican, Jorge Eduardo Román Morey, Ambassador of Peru to the Holy See, on the occasion of the presentation of his Letters of Credence, reported today, November 22, 2021, the Holy See Press Office.

Jorge Eduardo Román Morey 

According to the Peruvian Embassy to the Vatican, he was born on January 13, 1954, in Callao, Peru. He is married and has three children. He followed the “General Studies” academic program of the University of Lima (1972-1974) and then studied Economics and Accounting at the Inca Garcilaso de la Vega University in 1974.

In 2010 he earned a Master’s in International Relations and Diplomacy, specializing in Human Resources and Management, from Peru’s Diplomatic Academy. He attended Peru’s Diplomatic Academy from 1975 to 1977. He has worked for the Foreign Affairs Ministry since 1977 and has held the following posts: Third Secretary of the Chancery of the Directorate of Privileges; several posts in the Ceremonial Directory of the General Protocol Directorate; Embassy in the Dominican Republic; Second Secretary of the Under-Secretariat of Foreign Policy.

In addition, he was Head of the Peruvian Institute of Foreign Relations; Embassy in Bolivia; Consul General in Arica, Chile; Consul General in San Francisco, U.S.A.; Consul General in Los Angeles, U.S.A., Director of Coordination and Archives of the Directorate of Administration; Consul General in Miami, U.S.A.; Consul General in Atlanta, U.S.A.; Adviser of the Human Resources General Office; Ambassador in Greece and non-resident Ambassador in Albania and Bulgaria; Ambassador in El Salvador and non-resident Ambassador in Belice; Principal Adviser of the Parliamentary Consultation of the Specialized Advice Cabinet of the Ministerial Office of Foreign Relations; Director-General of the State’s Protocol and Ceremonial.

Translation by Virginia M. Forrester