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Joel Barromi as an ambassador to Haiti
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Joel Barromi moved to Israel in 1939. He graduated from Law at the University of Rome (1945) and in History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (1951).
Joel Barromi served in British Army and IDF. He entered the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1951. He worked as a counselor in Israel Embassy in Buenos Aires and Charge d'Affaires in Israel Embassy Montevideo from 1955 to 1961.
Later Joel Barromi served as head of the Latin America Department in Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Jerusalem from 1961 to 1963 and deputy head of Israel UNO Delegation with the rank of Ambassador from 1963 to 1969. Joel Barromi was a concomitantly Non-Resident Ambassador to Haiti. He held the position of head of the Culture and Science Relations Department in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 1970.
From 1972 to 1975 Joel Barromi worked as head of the South America Department in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. After that, he held the position of head of International Organizations Department in Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1975-1977, ambassador to UN and International Organizations in Geneva in 1977-1981, and assistant director-general of Latin America Affairs in Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1981-1983. He also was an ambassador to Portugal from 1984-1985.
As an educator, Joel Barromi worked as a teacher in Institute for foreign instructors in Jew Agency from 1949 to 1951 and a lecturer on Latin America and UN affairs at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem since 1969.
Widower. Married Hedva Barromi in 1953 (deceased in 2010). Children: Gadi Barromi, Orna Zamir, Edna Barromi Perlman, Shaula Haitner.
Sibling: Carla Baroccio Falk (deceased in 2017).