Ambassadors of the European Union

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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[edit]

Ambassadors to third countries[edit]

Host country Delegation city Ambassador Selected Notes
 Afghanistan Kabul Lithuania Vygaudas Ušackas[1] 2010
 Albania Tirana Italy Ettore Sequi[1] 2010
 Algeria Algiers Czech Republic Marek Skolil 2012
 Angola Luanda Spain Javier Puyol Pinuela[1] 2010
 Argentina Buenos Aires Spain Alfonso Díez Torres[1] 2010
 Armenia Yerevan Romania Traian Hristea[2] 2011
 Australia Canberra Republic of Ireland David Daly 2009
 Azerbaijan Baku Belgium Roland Kobia 2010
 Bangladesh Dhaka France Pierre Mayaudon[1] 2014
Previously: William Hanna, Ireland. Mayadoun has served as HOD Pakistan
 Barbados Bridgetown Denmark Mikael Barfod 2012
 Belarus Minsk Latvia Maira Mora 2010
 Benin Cotonou France Françoise Collet 2009
 Bolivia La Paz United Kingdom Timothy Torlot 2012
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo Denmark Peter Sørensen 2012
 Botswana Gaborone Republic of Ireland Gerard McGovern[1] 2010
 Brazil Brasília Portugal Ana Paula Zacarias[3] 2011
 Burkina Faso Ouagadougou France Alain Holleville[2] 2011
 Burundi Bujumbura Belgium Stephane De Loecker[1] 2010
 Cambodia Phnom Penh France Jean-Francois Cautain[2] 2011 Previously Rafael Dochao Moreno caf
 Canada Ottawa Belgium Marie-Anne Coninsx[4] 2009 More information
 Chad N'Djamena France Helene Cave[1] 2010
 Chile Santiago Spain Rafael Dochao Moreno 2012
 People's Republic of China Beijing Germany Markus Ederer[1] 2010 Previously: Serge Abou
 Colombia Bogotá Netherlands Maria van Gool 2011
 DR Congo Kinshasa Netherlands Saskia De Lang 2014 Previous HOD Jean-Michel Dumond, France. De Lang had served in Uganda and Mali
 Egypt Cairo United Kingdom James Moran[5] 2011
 El Salvador San Salvador Spain Jaume Segura Socias 2013 Previously Stefano Gatto caf
 Fiji Suva United Kingdom Andrew Jacobs [2] 2013
 Gabon Libreville Portugal Cristina Martins Barreira[1] 2010
 Georgia Tbilisi Hungary János Herman[1] 2014 János Herman previously served as HOD in Norway and Special Envoy to Central Asia
 Ghana Accra Republic of IrelandWilliam Hanna 2014 William Hanna previously served as HOD in Bangladesh, Tanzania and Uruguay/Paraguay
 Guatemala Guatemala City Greece Stella Zervoudaki 2011 Previously Rafael Senán caf
 Guinea Conakry Belgium Gerardus Gielen 2014 Previously: Philippe Van Damme, Belgium
 Guinea-Bissau Bissau Spain Joaquin Gonzalez-Ducay[1] 2010
 Guyana Georgetown Czech Republic Robert Kopecky[2] 2011
 Haiti Port-au-Prince Spain Javier Niño 2012 Previously Lut Fabert-Goossens
 Honduras Tegucigalpa Denmark Ketil Karlsen 2013 Previously Peter Versteeg caf
 Hong Kong Hong Kong Netherlands Vincent Piket 2010
 Iceland Reykjavík Germany Matthias Brinkmann 2013 Matthias Brinkmann previously served as HOD in Canada
 India New Delhi Portugal Joao Cravinho[2] 2011
 Indonesia Jakarta United Kingdom Julian Wilson[6] 2008
 Iraq Baghdad Czech Republic Jana Hybášková[7] 2011
 Israel Tel-Aviv Denmark Lars Faaborg-Andersen 2013
 Jamaica Kingson Italy Paola Amadei[2] 2011
 Japan Tokyo Austria Hans Dietmar Schweisgut[1] 2010 Previously: Hugh Richardson
 Jordan Amman Poland Joanna Wronecka[1] 2010
 Kazakhstan Astana France Aurelia Bouchez[2] 2011
 Republic of Korea Seoul Poland Tomasz Kozlowski[1] 2010
 Kosovo Priština Slovenia Samuel Žbogar 2012
 Sudan Khartoum Czech Republic Tomáš Uličný 2011
 Liberia Monrovia Italy Attilio Pacifici 2009
 Libya Tripoli Bulgaria Nataliya Apostolova 2012
 Lebanon Beirut Netherlands Angelina Eichhorst 2010
 Macedonia Skopje Estonia Aivo Orav[8] 2012
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Belgium Luc Vandebon 2012
 Malawi Lilongve Netherlands Marchel Gerrmann 2014 Gerrmann previously served as HOD in Eritrea
 Mali Bamako Germany Richard Zink 2011
 Mauritius Port Louis Germany Hans-Georg Gerstenlauer 2013
 Mauritania Nouakchott Spain José Antonio Sabadell 2013 Previously: Hans-Georg Gerstenlauer
 Mexico Mexico City United Kingdom Andrew Standley 2013
 Mozambique Maputo Republic of Ireland Paul Malin[1] 2010
 Namibia Windhoek Spain Raúl Fuentes Milani[1] 2010
 Nicaragua Managua Spain Francisco Javier Sandomingo[2] 2011
   Nepal Kathmandu Netherlands Reesje Teerink 2013 Previously Alexander Spachis
 Norway Oslo United Kingdom Helen Campbell 2013
 Pakistan Islamabad Sweden Lars-Gunnar Wigemark[1] 2010
 Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Germany Martin Dihm[1] 2010
 Philippines Manila France Guy Ledoux[1] 2010
 Russia Moscow Spain Fernando M. Valenzuela[9] 2010
 Saudi Arabia Riyadh Poland Adam Kulach[1] 2012
 Senegal Dakar Belgium Dominique Dellicour[1] 2010
 Singapore Singapore Luxembourg Marc Ungeheuer[1] 2010
 South Africa Pretoria Netherlands Roeland van de Geer[1] 2010
 South Sudan Juba Italy Stefano De Leo 2014 Previously: Sven Kühn von Burgsdorff
  Switzerland Bern United Kingdom Richard Jones[2] 2011
 Tajikistan Dushanbe Austria Eduard Auer 2010
 Tanzania Dar es Salaam Italy Filiberto Ceriani Sebregondi[2] 2011
 Turkey Ankara France Jean-Maurice Ripert[2] 2011
 Uganda Kampala Italy Roberto Ridolfi[1] 2010
 Ukraine Kiev Poland Jan Tombiński[10] 2012
 United States Washington, D.C. Portugal João Vale de Almeida[11] 2010 More information
 Uzbekistan Tashkent Bulgaria Yuri Sterk 2012
 Venezuela Caracas France Aude Maio-Coliche 2013 Previously Antonio Cardoso Mota
 Viet Nam Hanoi Denmark Franz Jessen[2] 2011
 Yemen Sana'a Germany Bettina Muscheidt 2012
 Zambia Lusaka France Gilles Hervio[1] 2010
 Zimbabwe Harare Belgium Philippe Van Damme 2014 Prev HOD: Aldo Dell'Ariccia, Italy. Van Damme has served as HOD in Guinea

Ambassadors to international organisations[edit]

Organisation Delegation city Ambassador Selected Notes
African Union Addis Ababa United Kingdom Gary Quince[2] 2011 Previously EUSR Koen Vervaeke
World Trade Organisation Geneva Greece Angelos Pangratis[12] 2010
 United Nations New York City Austria Thomas Mayr-Harting[2] 2011 Details: European Union and the United Nations#Head of delegation
 United Nations Geneva Italy Mariangela Zappia 2011
 UNESCO Paris Italy Maria Francesca Spatolisano 2012

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