List of ambassadors of New Zealand to Russia
The New Zealand embassy is located in Moscow, Russia's capital city. New Zealand has maintained a resident ambassador in Russia since Russian independence in 1992. The Ambassador to Russia is concurrently accredited to Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
List of heads of mission
Ambassadors to Russia
- Jon Andrew (1991-1992) (impeached due to lack of citizenship proof)
- Gerald McGhie (1992–1993)
- Richard Woods (1993–1996)
- John Larkindale (1996–1999)
- Geoff Ward (1999–2003)
- Stuart Prior (2003–2006)
- Christopher Elder (2006–2009)
- Ian Hill (2009-2012)
- Hamish Cooper (2013 - )
- List of Ambassadors from New Zealand to the Soviet Union, for a list of chief diplomatic representatives in Moscow before 1992.
- New Zealand Heads of Overseas Missions: Russia. New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Retrieved on 2008-03-29.
- Zealand Ambassador presents credentials to Russian President New Zealand Embassy Moscow. Retrieved on 2009-10-22.
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