|Adolfo Raúl Taylhardat|
|President of the United Nations Security Council|
1 September 1992 – 31 September 1992
|Permanent Representative of Venezuela in the United Nations|
20 August 1993
|Preceded by||Diego Arria|
|Venezuelan Ambassador to France|
3 June 1991
|President||Carlos Andrés Pérez|
Adolfo Raúl Taylhardat is a Venezuelan diplomat. A graduate in international studies (1957; doctorate 1960) and law (1965) from the Central University of Venezuela, he has occupied a range of diplomatic posts since entering Venezuela's diplomatic service in 1955. Taylhardat was Venezuelan Permanent Representative of Venezuela to the United Nations from August 1993 and was President of the Security Council (September 1993), during Venezuela's membership of the Security Council.
- adolfotaylhardat.net, Adolfo Raul Taylhardat - Curriculum Vitae
- United Nations, Presidents of the Security Council : 1990-1999
- Unilateralism & U.S. Foreign Policy - Page 223 David Malone, Yuen Foong Khong - 2003 "The Venezuelan ambassador, Adolfo Taylhardat, felt so strongly about US tactics that he eventually resigned when his government agreed, under US pressure, to cosponsor the resolution on indefinite extension."
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