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Ambassadors of the European Union

Below are current ambassadors of the European Union to third countries and international organisations. They are also known as delegation heads or envoys.

Current ambassadors

Ambassadors to third countries

Host country Delegation city Ambassador Selected Notes
 Afghanistan Kabul Franz-Michael Skjold Mellbin[1] 2013 Previously Vygaudas Ušackas
 Albania Tirana Romana Vlahutin [2] 2014 Previously Ettore Sequi
 Algeria Algiers Marek Skolil 2012
 Angola Luanda Gordon Kricke[3] 2010 Previously Javier Puyol Pinuela
 Argentina Buenos Aires Alfonso Díez Torres[4] 2010
 Armenia Yerevan Traian Hristea[5] 2011
 Australia Canberra Sem Fabrizi[6] 2013 Previously David Daly 2009-2013 / Also accredited to New Zealand
 Azerbaijan Baku Roland Kobia 2010
 Bangladesh Dhaka Pierre Mayaudon[7] 2014
Previously: William Hanna. Mayadoun has served as HOD Pakistan
 Barbados Bridgetown Mikael Barfod 2012
 Belarus Minsk Maira Mora 2010
 Benin Cotonou Josep Coll[3] 2013 Previously Françoise Collet 2009-13
 Bolivia La Paz Timothy Torlot 2012
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo Peter Sørensen 2012
 Botswana Gaborone Alexander Baum[8] 2014 Previously Gerard McGovern / Alex Baum previously served as Head of Delegation to  Malawi
 Brazil Brasília Ana Paula Zacarias[9] 2011
 Burkina Faso Ouagadougou Alain Holleville[5] 2011
 Burundi Bujumbura Patrick Spirlet 2013 Previously Stephane De Loecker / P. Spirlet previously served as Head of Delegation to Togo
 Cambodia Phnom Penh Jean-Francois Cautain[5] 2011 Previously Rafael Dochao Moreno caf
 Cameroon Yaoundé Françoise Collet[3] 2013 F. Collet was previously Head of Delegation to Benin
 Canada Ottawa Marie-Anne Coninsx[10] 2013 More information
 Central African Republic Bangui Jean-Pierre Reymondet-Commoy[3] 2013 J-P. Raymondet-Commoy was previously Head of Delegation to Sierra Leone
 Chad N'Djamena Helene Cave[7] 2010
 Chile Santiago Rafael Dochao Moreno 2012
 People's Republic of China Beijing Markus Ederer[7] 2010 Previously: Serge Abou
 Colombia Bogotá Maria van Gool 2011
 Republic of Congo Brazzaville Saskia De Lang 2014 Previous HOD Marcel van Opstal. De Lang had served in Uganda and Mali
 Egypt Cairo James Moran[11] 2011
 El Salvador San Salvador Jaume Segura Socias[3] 2013 Previously Stefano Gatto caf
 Eritrea Asmara Christian R. Manahl [1] 2014
 Fiji Suva Andrew Jacobs [2] 2013
 Gabon Libreville Cristina Martins Barreira[7] 2010
 Georgia Tbilisi János Herman[7] 2014 János Herman previously served as HOD in Norway and Special Envoy to Central Asia
 Ghana Accra William Hanna 2014 William Hanna previously served as HOD in Bangladesh, Tanzania and Uruguay/Paraguay
 Guatemala Guatemala City Stella Zervoudaki 2011 Previously Rafael Senán caf
 Guinea Conakry Gerardus Gielen[12] 2014 Previously: Philippe Van Damme
 Guinea-Bissau Bissau Joaquin Gonzalez-Ducay[7] 2010
 Guyana Georgetown Robert Kopecky[5] 2011
 Haiti Port-au-Prince Javier Niño 2012 Previously Lut Fabert-Goossens
 Honduras Tegucigalpa Ketil Karlsen 2013
 Hong Kong Hong Kong Vincent Piket 2010
 Iceland Reykjavík Matthias Brinkmann 2013 Matthias Brinkmann previously served as HOD in Canada
 India New Delhi Joao Cravinho[5] 2011
 Indonesia Jakarta Julian Wilson[13] 2008
 Iraq Baghdad Jana Hybášková[14] 2011
 Israel Tel-Aviv Lars Faaborg-Andersen 2013
 Ivory Coast Yamoussoukro Jean-François Vallette[15] 2014
 Jamaica Kingston Paola Amadei[5] 2011
 Japan Tokyo Viorel Isticioaia Budura[15] 2014 Previously: Hans Dietmar Schweisgut
 Jordan Amman Joanna Wronecka[7] 2010
 Kazakhstan Astana Aurelia Bouchez[5] 2011
 Republic of Korea Seoul Tomasz Kozlowski[7] 2010
 Kosovo Priština Samuel Žbogar 2012
 Liberia Monrovia Tina Intelmann[15] 2014 Previously Attilio Pacifici
 Libya janzur Nataliya Apostolova 2012
 Lebanon Beirut Angelina Eichhorst 2010
 Macedonia Skopje Aivo Orav[16] 2012
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Luc Vandebon 2012
 Malawi Lilongwe Marchel Gerrmann 2014 Gerrmann previously served as HOD in Eritrea
 Mali Bamako Richard Zink 2011
 Mauritius Port Louis [3] 2013 Previously, H-S. Gerstanlauer was Head of Delegation in Mauritania
 Mauritania Nouakchott José Antonio Sabadell 2013 Previously: Hans-Georg Gerstenlauer
 Mexico Mexico City Andrew Standley 2013
 Mozambique Maputo Sven Kühn von Burgsdorff[15] 2014 Previously Paul Malin / S. Kühn von Burgsdorff previously served as Head of Delegation to South Sudan
 Namibia Windhoek Raúl Fuentes Milani[7] 2010
 Nicaragua Managua Francisco Javier Sandomingo[5] 2011
 Niger Niamey Raul Mateus Paula[3] 2013 R. Mateus Paula previously served as Head of Delegation to Cameroon
 Nigeria Abuja Michel Arrion[3] 2013 Michel Arrion previously served as Head of Delegation to Rwanda, Ivory Coast and Liberia.
   Nepal Kathmandu Reesje Teerink 2013 Previously Alexander Spachis
 Norway Oslo Helen Campbell[6] 2013
 Pakistan Islamabad Lars-Gunnar Wigemark[7] 2010
 Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Martin Dihm[7] 2010
 Philippines Manila Guy Ledoux[7] 2010
 Russia Moscow Vygaudas Ušackas [17] 2013 Previously Fernando M. Valenzuela
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh Adam Kulach[7] 2012 Also accredited to  Bahrain,  Kuwait,  Oman,  Qatar
 Senegal Dakar Dominique Dellicour[7] 2010
 Singapore Singapore Michael Pulch[3] 2013 Previously Marc Ungeheuer
 South Africa Pretoria Roeland van de Geer[7] 2010
 Sudan Khartoum Tomáš Uličný 2011
 South Sudan Juba Stefano De Leo 2014 Previously: Sven Kühn von Burgsdorff
 Swaziland Mbabane Nicola Bellomo[3] 2013 Previously CdA Amadou Traore
 Switzerland Bern Richard Jones[5] 2011
 Tajikistan Dushanbe Eduard Auer 2010
 Tanzania Dar es Salaam Filiberto Ceriani Sebregondi[5] 2011
 Thailand Bangkok Jesús Miguel Sanz Escorihuela[6] 2013
 Togo Lomé Nicolas Berlanga Martinez[3] 2013
 Turkey Ankara Stefano Manservisi[18] 2014 Previously: Jean-Maurice Ripert (France)
 Uganda Kampala Kristian Schmidt[7] 2013
 Ukraine Kiev Jan Tombiński[19] 2012
 UAE Abu Dhabi Carlo de Filippi 2014
 United States Washington, D.C. David O'Sullivan[20] 2014 Previously João Vale de Almeida / More information
 Uzbekistan Tashkent Yuri Sterk 2012
 Vanuatu Port Vila Leonidas Tezapsidis[15] 2014 Also accredited to  Solomon Islands / S. Tezapsidis previously served as Head of Delegation to Madagascar
 Venezuela Caracas Aude Maio-Coliche 2013 Previously Antonio Cardoso Mota
 Viet Nam Hanoi Franz Jessen[5] 2011
 Yemen Sana'a Bettina Muscheidt 2012
 Zambia Lusaka Gilles Hervio[7] 2010
 Zimbabwe Harare Philippe Van Damme 2014 Prev HOD: Aldo Dell'Ariccia, Italy. Van Damme has served as HOD in Guinea

Ambassadors to international organisations

Organisation Delegation city Ambassador Selected Notes
African Union Addis Ababa Gary Quince[5] 2011 Previously EUSR Koen Vervaeke
 Council of Europe Strasbourg Jari VILEN[21] 2014
World Trade Organisation Geneva Angelos Pangratis[22] 2010
 United Nations New York City Thomas Mayr-Harting[5] 2011 Details: European Union and the United Nations#Head of delegation
 United Nations Geneva Peter Sørensen[23] 2014 Previously Mariangela Zappia
 UNESCO Paris Maria Francesca Spatolisano 2012

See also

References

  1. ^ EU Special Representative in Afghanistan
  2. ^ Croatian Vlahutin to replace Sequi
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k High Representative Catherine Ashton appoints 12 new Heads of EU Delegations
  4. ^ High Representative Catherine Ashton appoints new Heads and Deputy Heads of EU Delegations under the 2010 rotation
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m EU High Representative / Vice President Catherine Ashton appoints 25 new Heads of EU Delegations, European Commission Press Release 03/08/2011
  6. ^ a b c EU High Representative Catherine Ashton appoints new Heads of EU Delegations to Australia, Norway and Thailand
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q High Representative Catherine Ashton appoints new Heads and Deputy Heads of EU Delegations under the 2010 rotation, EEAS 15 September 2010
  8. ^ High Representative Catherine Ashton appoints new Heads of EU Delegations to Botswana and the Council of Europe-Strasbourg
  9. ^ Portuguese Ministry of Foreign Affairs: [3] Retrieved 1 May 2011
  10. ^ New EU Ambassador in Ottawa
  11. ^ Simon Taylor (2 December 2011). "Ashton names heads of five EU delegations". European Voice. Retrieved 5 August 2013. 
  12. ^ High Representative Catherine Ashton appoints three new Heads of EU Delegation to Bangladesh, Guinea (Conakry) and Malawi
  13. ^ EU Delegation to Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam and ASEAN
  14. ^ Consilium.europa.eu
  15. ^ a b c d e High Representative Catherine Ashton appoints six new Heads of EU Delegation to Japan, UN Geneva, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mozambique, and the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu
  16. ^ Piotr Kondrak (2012-03-06). "Macedonia: Ambasador UE złożył listy uwierzytelniające" [Macedonia:European ambassador made his credentials] (in Polish). balkanistyka.org. Retrieved 2014-08-20. 
  17. ^ High Representative/Vice President Catherine Ashton appoints the new Head of the EU Delegation to the Russian Federation
  18. ^ High Representative Catherine Ashton appoints new Head of EU Delegation to Turkey
  19. ^ Tombinski: EU waiting for Rada to pass bills necessary for Association Agreement, Kyiv Post (21 March 2013)
    Poland's Jan Tombinski to head EU Delegation to Ukraine, Kyiv Post (16 May 2012)
  20. ^ Catherine Ashton appoints new Head of EU Delegation to the United States
  21. ^ Catherine Ashton appoints new Heads of EU Delegation to Botswana and the Council of Europe, EEAS 23/11/10
  22. ^ Catherine Ashton appoints new Head of EU Delegation to WTO, EEAS 23/11/10
  23. ^ High Representative Catherine Ashton appoints six new Heads of EU Delegation to Japan, UN Geneva, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mozambique,and the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu

External links

  • EU Delegations Worldwide
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