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GRINIUS Marius, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Canada to the Office of the United Nations and to the Conference on Disarmament

After twelve years of military service in the Canadian Army, Marius Grinius joined the Canadian Foreign Service in 1979. His tours of duty at the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT) in Ottawa included desk officer for nuclear arms control, and as Director of the Asia Pacific South and then Southeast Asia Divisions. Mr. Grinius had a series of assignments in Ottawa, including in the Privy Council Office as principal analyst in the Social Development Policy Secretariat and as Director of Operations in the Security and Intelligence Secretariat, as well as Director-General of Operations in the Department of Western Economic Diversification. After concluding his tour as Ambassador to the Republic of Korea and to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, he was posted to Geneva as Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the Office of the United Nations and to the UN Conference on Disarmament. Mr. Grinius has a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from the Royal Military College of Canada.