Péter Sztáray is currently serving as the Minister of State for Security Policy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary. He has a distinguished record of accomplishments in the field of diplomacy and foreign policy, a career he commenced when joining the Ministry in 1993. Prior to his current position, he held the role of Permanent Representative of Hungary to NATO in Brussels from 2013 -2018, where earlier he had also served as the Deputy Permanent Representative from 2003 until 2007. Hitherto, he worked as a Political Director at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the capacity of Deputy Secretary of State, and was the Head and Deputy Head of various Departments that mainly focused on non-proliferation, and relations with North America and Western Europe. Péter Sztáray has completed his studies at the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna and the Faculty of Law of Eötvös Loránd University. He is married with three children.