Jobst-Hinrich Ubbelohde

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Jobst-Hinrich Ubbelohde (born January 9, 1965 in São Paulo , Brazil ) is a German administrative lawyer and non-party political official . Since November 21, 2019 he has been State Secretary for Europe in the Ministry of Finance and for Europe and Commissioner for Brandenburg-Polish Relations of the State of Brandenburg.


Ubbelohde passed his Abitur at the International German School in Brussels in 1983 and then took up a law degree , which he completed at the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg (1983–1985) and the Westphalian Wilhelms University of Münster (1985–1989) graduated in 1989 with the first state examination at the Hamm Higher Regional Court . He completed his legal traineeship in Berlin from 1990 to 1993, with stints abroad at the Foreign Office in Tunis and at the University of Naples Federico II . In 1993 he passed the second state examination in law at the Higher Regional Court in Berlin.

From 1993 to 2003 he was legal advisor in the Ministry of Urban Development and Transport of the State of Brandenburg , in 2003 and 2004 as a transport policy policy officer in the Ministry of Infrastructure of the State of Brandenburg and subsequently until 2013 as head of department for the area of public transport / railways there. In 2013 he took over the head of the fundamental affairs department in this ministry and held this position until he was promoted to state secretary.

On December 21, 2019, Jobst-Hinrich Ubbelohde was appointed State Secretary for Europe in the Ministry of Finance and for Europe by Minister Katrin Lange as part of the formation of the Woidke III cabinet . In this function he is also the representative for Brandenburg-Polish relations for the state of Brandenburg.

Ubbelohde lives in Falkensee and is the father of two sons.

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