Doctor of Laws, University Brazil, 1966. Postgraduate, Diplomatic School Brazil, 1966. Postgraduate, Institute for University Studies, Geneva, 1983.
3rd secretary Ministry for Foreign Affairs, 1966-1969, 2nd secretary, 1969-1976, 1st secretary, 1976-1984, counselor, since 1989, head western European division, 1993-1995. Alternate member Brazilian delegation International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria, 1996-1997. Assignments abroad Ministry Foreign Affairs include Genoa, Italy, 1969-1971, Kabidjan, Ivory Coast, 1971-1974, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1974-1975, Ottawa, Canada, 1977-1981, Bern, Switzerland, 1981-1987, Ankara, Turkey, 1989-1991, Peking China, 1991-1993, Vienna, Austria, 1996-1999, Helsinki, Finland, 1999-1902.
Teacher diplomatic school Brasiun, 1975-1976, 94-95. Lecturer Air Force School, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, War School, Rio de Janeiro, 1994. Brazilian representative Organization for Complete Nuclear Test-Ban, 1996-1998, United Nations Commission for Outer Space, 1996-1998.
Member Latin American and Caribbean Group International Atomic Energy Agency, 1996-1998, delegate Nuclear Supplies Group, 1996-1998. Vice president diplomatic conference on nuclear liability, Vienna, 1997, delegate to European Union/Lation American conference, Tuusula, Finland, 1999, United Nations Educational con.f on universal heritage, Helsinki, 2001, lecturer University Helsinki, 1999, Mercuria International Business Administration School, 2002, member Academy Council of London Diplomatic Academy, 2002.
Brazilian delegate to Germany, England, Portugal, European Union, 1993-1995.