December 14, 2017

Ambassadors to Luxembourg accredited

 

The Ambassador of the Republic of Kosovo, HE  Dr. Bernard Nikaj.

By Henri Estramant.

Republic of Kosovo: HE Ambassador Dr. Bernard Nikaj was accredited to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg on 4 May 2017. Before holding the triple ambassadorship to the EU, Belgium and Luxembourg, Dr Nikaj was a Lecturer in Management and Entrepreneurship at the University of Pristine between 2009 and 2016.

http://www.ambasada-ks.net/be/

 

Ambassador Lok Bahadur Thapa (Nepal).

Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal : HE Ambassador Lok Bahadur Thapa presented credentials to HRH Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg on Thursday, 4 May 2017. Before this ambassadorship he was Director General at the Department of Passport under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nepal.  http://www.nepalembassybrussels.be

 

Ambassador Ousmane AlhassaneL Abba (Niger).

Republic of Niger: HE Ambassador Ousmane Alhassane Abba was accredited to Luxembourg on 4 May 2017. Before arriving to Brussels (residence of the mission), he was First Counsellor (2010-14) at the Embassy of Niger in Germany, thus this is his first ambassadorial post.

 

HE Dr. Erkinkhon Rahmatullozoda, Ambassador of the Republic of Tajikistan.

Republic of Tajikistan: HE Ambassador Dr. Erkinkhon Rahmatullozoda was accredited to Luxembourg on 4 May 2017. Previous to his ambassadorship Dr. Rahmatullozoda was State advisor to the President of Republic of Tajikistan on Foreign Policy.

http://www.tajikembassy.be/

 

HE Ambassador Baso Sangqu, from South Africa.

Union of South Africa: HE Ambassador Baso Sangqu was Permanent Representative of South Africa to the UN in New York before his ambassadorship with seat in Brussels. He was accredited to Luxembourg on 4 May 2017. 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baso_Sangqu

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