Alexander Constantin Fotitch Edit Profile
Graduated from the University Law, Bordeaux, France, 1912.
Began as soldier, 1912. Began diplomatic service, 1915, as attache Ministry Foreign Affairs. With legation in Berne, 1917, Paris, 1918.
Secretary legation, Stockholm, 1919, Vienna, 1920. With delegations to Peace Conference, Paris. Secretary legation, London, 1921-1924.
General consul, Vienna, 1924, Constantinople, 1924-1926. Counsellor legation, Rome, 1926. Delegate to 3d session Political Economics Common for Conference for Disarmament, Geneva, 1926.
Expert to 7th Congress of League of Nations, Geneva, 1926. Delegate League of Nations each year, 1927-1931, also vice president 5th commission, 1928, president advisory opium commission, 1929 and delegate to council, to assembly and to special session at Madrid, 1930. Counsellor legation, Prague, 1927.
Delegate Plenary Common for Disarmament, Geneva, 1927, 10th and 11th International Labor Confs., Geneva, 1927-1928. President delegation to International Conference for Economics Statistics, Geneva, 1928. Director political division Ministry Foreign Affairs, 1929.
Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary to Moscow, 1929. Delegate 2d Hague Conference, 1930. Delegate Conference for Regulation Hungarian War Reparations, Paris, 1930.
Member royal delegation to Conference Foreign Ministers of Little Entente, 1930. Under secretary Ministry Foreign Affairs, 1930. Envoy Extraordinary anu Minister Plenipotentiary to the United States from Jugoslavia, 1935-1942.
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary October 5, 1942-July 14, 1944.
Served as captain in Balkan War, 1912-1913, in army of Jugoslavia throughout World War I.
Married Tatiana Zurunich, October 23, 1922.