In a statement, the Ministry stressed that Fernando Morán was “a leading actor in the interior and exterior transition of Spain.” In the constituent legislature, he recalled, he was a senator for Asturias, a community where he was born and to which he always felt closely linked, and as such he was one of the signers of the 1978 Constitution.
In addition, as Minister of Foreign Affairs in the second legislature of democracy, from December 1982 to July 1985, and “after long negotiations, he signed his signature along with that of the president of the government Felipe González in the Treaty of Accession of Spain to the then European Communities, “recalled the Department.
Diplomatic career since 1952, he was assigned to Buenos Aires, Lisbon, Pretoria, London, as consul general, and New York, as permanent representative of Spain to the United Nations. In the Ministry of Foreign Affairs he was general director of Foreign Policy for Africa and Continental Asia. Foreign has spread on his social networks a short montage with photographs of his activities as a minister.
He was also a deputy to Congress by Jaén, between 1982 and 1986 and, subsequently, euridoputed between 1987 and 1999, the year in which he presented himself as a socialist candidate for mayor of Madrid.
He cultivated the political essay –which was his Ministry highlights his book on foreign policy ‘Spain in its place’ – historical, literary, novel, journalism and memory.
Last October, the Diplomatic School hosted the presentation of a tribute book promoted by Professor Antonio López Pina and CGPJ member Álvaro Cuesta and diplomat Juan Antonio Yáñez Barnuevo and attended by his daughter, Clara Morán Calvo-Sotelo.