Senior Adviser, Peace and Security
Pierre-Christophe Chatzisavas is a member of the Peace and Security Team in the Office of the President of the 70th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (OPGA). He is also responsible for matters relating to the Fourth Committee.
He brings more than 10 years of multilateral experience in the field of crisis management and peace operations. Before joining OPGA, he was responsible for Mali and the Sahel region, and most recently for the Syria crisis in the European External Action Service.
From 2005 to 2007, he was in charge of the European Commission’s response to the humanitarian crisis in Chad and West Darfur. He was Head of cooperation section in charge of governance, economy and social sectors in the Delegation of the European Commission in Chad between 2007 and 2010. After this, he served as Political Adviser in the Delegation of the European Union to the African Union (Ethiopia) until 2012.
He speaks English, French and Greek.
Pierre-Christophe is a dual citizen from Cyprus and France and an official of the European institutions.
He is seconded to the OPGA by the European External Action Service.