EU ambassadors accredited
Pictured H.E. Mohammed bin Sulaiman Al Khulaifi, Ambassador of Qatar.
By Henri Estramant.
State of Qatar to the EU: HE Ambassador Abdulrahman bin Mohammed bin Sulaiman Al Khulaifi presented credentials as head of mission to the EU on Friday, 7 April 2017, to President Donald Tusk. Previous to this ambassadorship, he was head of mission of Qatar to Germany and non-resident to Lithuania. http://www.qatarembassy.be
Republic of Chile to the EU: HE Ambassador Raúl Fernández Daza was accredited on 7 April 2017. Previously he held an ambassadorship to Haiti. https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raúl_Fernández_Daza / http://chile.gob.cl/belgica/en/
Mongolia to the EU: HE Ambassador Od Och before coming to Brussels was permanent representative of his homeland to the UN in New York. http://theubpost.mn/2016/11/18/new-mongolian-ambassadors-appointed/
Republic of El Salvador to the EU: HE Ambassador Julia Vallatoro Tario holds for the very first time an ambassadorship. Previously she was Chargée d’affaires a.i. in Brussels with the rank of Minister-Counsellor; a diplomatic rank she also held at the Salvadoran mission in Vienna accredited to Austria, the UN organisations with seat in Vienna and other further accredited to Hungary, Croatia, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Romania.
Republic of Burkina Faso to the EU: HE Ambassador Jacqueline Zaba-Nikiema was accredited with President Tusk on 7 April 2017. Prior to her ambassadorship in Brussels, Ms Zaba-Nikiema was Special Representative of the President of Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). http://www.ambassadeduburkina.be / http://www.ecowas.int/profile-of-jacqueline-zaba/
Photography by European Union (EU)