Ambassador Dragana Radulović

Permanent Representative – Montenegro

  • Last updated: 16 Jun. 2017 12:04

Dragana RADULOVIĆ was born on 16 September 1976 in Podgorica, Montenegro. She got a BA in English language and literature at University of Montenegro in 1999.

In February 2015 she was appointed as Head of Mission of Montenegro to NATO. She held a positon of Director General for NATO and Security Policy in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Montenegro (March 2013 – February 2015). She is member of working bodies of Government of Montenegro in the process of Euro – Atlantic integration and coordinated the work of interdepartmental commission for Montenegro’s membership in NATO.

Radulović gained the title of ambassador in 2009 when she was appointed as Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Montenegro to the Republic of Austria (2009-2013). During this period, Radulović was the Permanent Representative of Montenegro to the Organization for Security and co-operation in Europe (OSCE), United Nations (UN) and other international organizations in Vienna. During her term in Vienna, Radulović also served as ambassador of Montenegro to the Republic of Slovakia and Czech Republic, on a non-residential basis.

Dragana Radulović began her diplomatic career in 2000. While working in the foreign service, she performed many responsible duties related to cooperation with international organizations – OSCE, the UN, council of Europe, NATO, and has been Assistant Minister for Multilateral Affairs (2005-2007) and Assistant Minister for EU and NATO (2007-2009).

In addition to the abovementioned duties in Foreign Service, at one time Radulović was Advisor to the Minister of Interior (2004). Before engaging in state administration, she was briefly employed in the NGO sector.

During many years of diplomatic career she had the opportunity to advance her knowledge at prestigious institutes and participate in numerous study visits.

She is fluent in English and has knowledge of French and Italian.