Alexander Schallenberg (Bern, Switzerland, June 20, 1969 -) Austrian lawyer, diplomat, Austrian Foreign Minister from 2019 to 2021. From 11 October 2021, he is the Federal Chancellor of Austria.
Schallenberg grew up in India, Spain and Paris because his father was an ambassador.
From 1989 to 1994 he studied law in Vienna and then in Paris.
He has been working at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 1997 and is a professional diplomat.
Brigitte Bierlein announced on 30 May 2019 that Schallenberg would be Austria’s Foreign Minister from July to September, until the Austrian parliamentary elections. In the ÖVP-Green Coalition formed after the elections, from January 7, 2020, he now remained the Minister of Foreign Affairs in the colors of the ÖVP under the time of Chancellor Sebastian Kurz.
After Kurz resigned from the post of Chancellor on October 9, 2021, Schallenberg took the oath of office on October 11 as Federal Chancellor.
Divorced, father of four children.
1999: The EU Presidency of Austria: a Common Analysis and Documentation in the Halbjahres 1998, Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, Manz-Verlag, Vienna 1999, ISBN 978-3-214-01939-6
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