Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed
|Ismaïl Ould Cheikh Ahmed|
Ismaïl Ould Cheikh Ahmed on August 12, 2017
|Minister of Foreign Affairs of Mauritania|
Assumed office |
11 June 2018
|United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen|
25 April 2015 – February 2018
|Appointed by||Ban Ki-Moon|
|Preceded by||Jamal Benomar|
|Succeeded by||Martin Griffith|
9 November 1960|
Ismaïl Ould Cheikh Ahmed (Arabic: إسماعيل ولد الشيخ أحمد; born c. 1960 in Nouakchott) is a Mauritanian diplomat and politician. He served as a United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen from 25 April 2015. to February 2018.
Prior to that posting, Ahmed served as United Nations Special Representative for the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER).
- Secretary-General appoints Ismaïl Ould Cheikh Ahmed as new special envoy for Yemen
- Editorial, Reuters. "U.N. Yemen mediator to step down next month: U.N. spokesman". U.S. Retrieved 23 March 2018.
- "Secretary-General Appoints Ismaïl Ould Cheikh Ahmed of Mauritania Special Representative for United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response". Press release. United Nations. 30 January 2014.
- "Secretary-General Appoints Ismaïl Ould Cheikh Ahmed of Mauritania Deputy Special Representative for Libya". Press release. United Nations. 30 January 2014.
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