Romanian Ambassador to Speak to UT MBA Students
KNOXVILLE - The Romanian ambassador to the United States visited the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, to give a public lecture, talk with students, tour the city, and meet with local dignitaries.
Ambassador Adrian Vierita spoke at the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy on security issues of importance to the United States and Romania. A reception followed. The event was free and open to the public.
Vierita also toured Oak Ridge National Laboratory and met with UT President Joseph DiPietro. The ambassador attended a luncheon discussion with MBA students at the College of Business Administration and then met with Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett. The ambassador toured Knoxville and met with the Romanian community of Knoxville.
Prior to his current appointment, Vierita was the Romanian ambassador to Germany.
Vierita is a career member of the Diplomatic Corps of Romania, having joined the Foreign Service on March 1, 1991.