Amb. (ret.) Eviatar Manor
Task Team Member
Eviatar Manor is a retired Israeli diplomat. He was the Israeli Ambassador to Sweden and the Permanent Representative of Israel to the United Nations in Geneva from 2012 to 2016. Manor earned his Bachelor of Science in Economics and International Relations (Hebrew University) and is a graduate of Advanced Studies at the College d’Europe in Bruges, Belgium, specializing in the European Common Market Economy.
In 1973 he joined the Foreign Ministry and worked in various positions at the headquarters and in representative offices. His positions included: Foreign Ministry spokesman and press department manager; Consul General in Philadelphia, USA; Acting Head of Middle East Division; Israeli Ambassador to Sweden; Vice President of International Organizations and UN Ambassador to Geneva (2012-2016).
Interests and specialization: European policy, history
Areas of expertise: Israeli foreign policy, Israeli-European relations, Europe, the UN; international organizations