Permanent Representative of China to the United Nations

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Permanent Representative and Ambassador of China to the United Nations
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Incumbent
Liu Jieyi

since 23 August 2013
Appointer State Council of the People's Republic of China
Inaugural holder Quo Tai-chi (ROC)
Huang Hua (PRC)
Formation 1946
Website Permanent Representative and Ambassador

This is a list of Permanent Representatives (or ambassadors) of the Republic of China and the People's Republic of China to the United Nations. The current office holder is Liu Jieyi, taking office in 2013. Both governments insist on being the sole legitimate representative of all of China, for details of their UN membership, see China and the United Nations.

1946-1971[edit]

Representing the Republic of China
China Ambassador to UN Years served UN Secretary-General
1 Quo Tai-chi (Guo Taiqi)
郭泰祺
1946–1947 Gladwyn Jebb
Trygve Lie
2 Tsiang Tingfu (Jiang Tingfu)
蔣廷黻
1947–1962
Dag Hammarskjöld
U Thant
3 Liu Chieh (Liu Kai)
劉鍇
1962–1971

1971-present[edit]

Representing the People's Republic of China
China Ambassador to UN Years served UN Secretary-General
1 Huang Hua
黄华
1971–1977 U Thant
Kurt Waldheim
2 Chen Chu
陈楚
1977–1980
Javier Pérez de Cuéllar
3 Ling Qing
凌青
1980–1985
4 Li Luye
李鹿野
1985–1990
5 Li Daoyu
李道豫
1990–1993
Boutros Boutros-Ghali
6 Li Zhaoxing
李肇星
1993–1995
7 Qin Huasun
秦华孙
1995–2000
Kofi Annan
8 Wang Yingfan
王英凡
2000–2003
9 Wang Guangya
王光亚
2003–2008
Ban Ki-moon
10 Zhang Yesui
张业遂
2008–2010
11 Li Baodong
李保东
2010–2013
12 Liu Jieyi
刘结一
2013–present

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