Fernando LOBO Edit Profile
Bachelor of Laws, University Rio de Janeiro, 1918.
Various diplomatic assignments Brazilian Ministry Foreign Affairs, including London, Washington, 1918-1935. 1st secretary Brazilian Embassy, Washington, 1935-1938, minister counsellor, 1942-1946. Member Efficiency Commission, Ministry Foreign Affairs, 1938, chief department administration, 1946-1950.
Brazilian ambassador, Caracas, 1950-1953. Brazilian representative to Council Organisation American States, since 1953. Secretary Brazilian delegation Third Assembly League of Nations, Geneva, 1922.
1st secretary special delegation, inaugural President of Cuba, 1936. Director secretariat Third Consultation Meeting. Foreign Ministers American Republics, Rio de Janeiro, 1942.
Consultant, alternate delegate Fourth Consultation Meeting United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1946. Subordinate-secretary-general Inter-American Conference for maintenance international peace and security, Rio de Janeiro, 1947. Secretary-general Brazilian delegation Third General Assembly United Nations, Paris, 1948, alternate delegate Sixth General Assembly, New York City, 1950.
Chairman Brazilian delegate Third Special Meeting Inter-American Economics and Social Council, Caracas, 1953. Brazilian representative Inter-American Peace Committee. Delegate Brazil Tenth Inter-American Conference, Caracas, 1954.
Chairman Brazilian delegation Special Inter-American Conference on Preservation of Natural Resources: Continental Shelf and Sea Waters, Ciudad. Trujillo, March, 1956. Representative of President of Brazil, Inter-American Committee of Presidential representatives, September, October, 1956, January, 1957.
Chairman council Organisation American States, November, 1956.
Member Efficiency Commission, Ministry Foreign Affairs, 1938, chief department administration, 1946-1950.
Married Agmar Castro, May 24, 1924. Children: Oswaldo Castro Labo, Fernando Henrique Castro Lobo.