Federico Torres Muro

Permanent Representative – Spain

  • Last updated: 24 Nov. 2022 12:44
Amb. Federico Torres Muro, Permanent Representative of Spain to NATO

Nationality: Spanish
Date / Place of birth: 22 July 1957. La Felguera, Asturias
Admission as Member of the Spanish Diplomatic Career: 1985


BA in Geography and History. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.


Nov. 22 – to date:
Permanent Representative of Spain to NATO
Sep. 21 – Oct. 22:
Director General for Foreign Policy and Security.
Feb. 20 – Sep. 21:
Director General for Strategy, Forecast and Coherence.
Jul. 17 – Feb. 20:
Embassy of Spain in El Salvador. Ambassador.
Apr. 13 – Jul. 17:
Permanent Representation of Spain to the Council of Europe, Strasbourg. Deputy Permanent Representative.
May. 12 – Apr. 13:
Directorate General for Foreign Policy and Security. Senior Advisor for Maritime Security.
Sep. 08 – May. 12:
Embassy of Spain in Ecuador. Ambassador.
Apr. 08 – Sep. 08:
Secretary General of the Presidency of the Government. Director of Cabinet.
Jul. 05 – Apr. 08:
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Latin America. Director of Cabinet.
May. 04 – Jul. 05:
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Latin America. Senior Advisor.
Aug. 02 – May. 04:
National Intelligence Center, Ministry of Defense. Head of the Foreign Intelligence Department.
Apr. 99 – Aug. 02:
Embassy of Spain in Rabat. Counselor Culture and Development Cooperation.
Apr. 94 – Apr. 99:
Consulate-General of Spain in London. Deputy Consul General.
Aug. 92 – Apr. 94:
Spanish Agency for Development Cooperation. Head of the Technical Cabinet.
Jul. 87 – Aug. 92:
Embassy of Spain in Buenos Aires. First Secretary.
Aug. 85 – Jul. 87:
Embassy of Spain in Tripoli. First Secretary.
Apr. 85 – Aug. 85:
Directorate-General Diplomatic Information Office. Ministry for Foreign Affairs.


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  • Spanish Order of the Civil Merit. Commander.
  • Order of Isabella the Catholic. Commander.
  • Grand Cross-of the Military Merit. White Badge.
  • Grand Collar Sebastián de Benalcázar. Ecuador.
  • Order of Merit 5 de November 1811. El Salvador.
  • National Order of Jose Matias Delgado. Grand Cross. Silver Breast Star.