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Tomás Lozano Escribano, Spanish diplomat. Recipient Merit Order Crosses, Governments of Italy, Argentina, Chile and Portugal, 1969-1979, Great Cross-Order, Condor de Los Andej Government, Bolivia, 1986, Great Cross Civil Merit, Government Spain, 1990, Great Cross V.N. Balboa, Government Panama, 1992, Gold Medal of the Red Cross, Spain, 1991-1992.

Background

Escribano, Tomás Lozano was born on January 26, 1927 in Madrid. Son of Fermin Lozano Contra and Isabel Escribano Reol.

Education

Degree in law, Central University, Madrid, 1950. Diploma, Spanish Diplomatic Academy. University diploma, La Paz (Bolivia) University, 1985.

Career

Secretary Embassy of Spain, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 1959-1962, Rome, 1962-1969, counsellor Montevideo, Uruguay, 1969-1972, minister for economic affairs Lisboa, Portugal, 1974-1979, ambassador La Paz, Bolivia, 1980-1986, Panamá, 1986-1992. Spanish representative Indigenous People Fund, La Paz, since 1992. Consultant Indigenous Peoples Affairs, Foreign Aff.

Ministry, Spain, since 1992. Guest professor University Carlos III Getafe, Madrid.

Membership

Vice president Latin American and Caribbean Fund for Indigenous Peoples, La Paz, since 1995. Lieutenant infantry, Spanish Army, 1946-1951. Member Club Financiero Genoa-Madrid.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, classical music, stamp collecting/philately, jogging.

Connections

Married Blanca Cutanda Sánchez de Cogolludo, November 21, 1959. Children: Blanca, Cristina, Inés, Alvaro.

father:
Fermin Lozano Contra

mother:
Isabel Escribano Reol

spouse:
Blanca Cutanda Sánchez de Cogolludo

child:
Blanca Escribano

child:
Cristina Escribano

child:
Inés Escribano

child:
Alvaro Escribano