June 21, 2018

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.



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.



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. 



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