Mahamoud Adam Béchir

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Mahamoud Adam Bechir, giving speech to American officials

Mahamoud Adam Béchir (born 1965) is the Republic of Chad's ambassador to the South Africa. Bechir was appointed to the position of ambassador by President Idriss Deby. Ambassador Bechir also served 8 years as ambassador From Chad to United States[1]

Biography[edit]

Born in Biltine in 1965, Béchir was educated internationally.[2] After obtaining a Bachelor of Science in pharmacy at the University of Khartoum, he continued his education at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California and its Center for Civil-Military Relations, graduating in 1997 with a Masters Degree. He has also attended England's Cranfield University, taking business administration courses in 2002.

In 2005, he visited West Virginia University.[3]

In 2010, with easing of tensions between Chad and Sudan, President Déby sent to Khartoum, on December 24, his Minister of Foreign Affairs, Moussa Faki Mahamat, accompanied by Ambassador of Chad to the United States, Mahamoud Adam Bashir (who knows many members of the Sudanese regime, from the university in Khartoum) and army officers. The delegation met with Bashir, and gave him a personal message from his counterpart.[4]

In his services ambassador Bechir & President Deby inaugurated the new Chad Embassy in Washington DC & the new Embassy in Pretoria

In 2012 Bechir was appointed as Chads First Ambassador to South Africa. currently in Pretoria ambassador Bechir is working on Chads new Embassy and Residence in South Africa, Pretoria.[5]

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