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diplomat

Mohsen Mohamed Bilal, Syrian diplomat. Recipient Merit prize, Italian President Sandro Pertini, 1979, French President Francois Mittrand, 1984, Accomplishment award, Syrian Ministry Education, 1984. Member of International Association Pancreas and Liver Surgery, Association Italian Surgeons.

Background

Bilal, Mohsen Mohamed was born on October 15, 1944 in Tartous, Syria. Son of Mohamed Ali Bilal, Maria Abdulrahman Abdulkarim.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Bologna, 1970. Certified diploma, Parma University, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy of General Surgery, Parma University, 1975.

Career

Chairman Foreign Affiars Community, 1977—1981. Unions counselor for Arab European and Arab American Dialogue Arab Parliamentary Affairs, 1990. Visiting professor Modena University, Italy, 1996—1999.

Ambassador Syrian Arab Republic, Madrid, since 2001. Deputy Syrian Parliament, 1977—1981. Instructor liver transplantation course University Pittsburgh, 1996.

Instructor Liver Transplantation for Children Course, Miami, Florida, 1997. Member executive committee FEARAB-American, 1991—2003. Member Superior National Committee Arab Emmigrants in Syria, 1981.

Member executive committee International Parliamentary Union, Geneva.

Membership

Member of International Association Pancreas and Liver Surgery, Association Italian Surgeons.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, sports, travel, art, music.

Connections

father:
Mohamed Ali Bilal Bilal