List of ambassadors to the Philippines

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The following is a list of ambassadors to the Republic of the Philippines.

Sending country Ambassador Date of presentation of credentials
 Argentina Flavio Chomnalez, Chargé d'Affaires, a.i.[1]
 Australia Steven James Robinson[2] 15 January 2019
 Austria Bita Rasoulian[3] 7 August 2017
 Bangladesh Asad Alam Siam 27 February 2018
 Belgium Michel Goffin 13 September 2017
 Brazil Rodrigo do Amaral Souza 24 May 2016
 Brunei Johariah binti Abdul Wahab 6 December 2016
 Cambodia Leng Chanvirak[4] 12 December 2018
 Canada John T. Holmes 6 December 2016
 Chile José Miguel Capdevila Villaroel[5] 7 August 2017
 China Zhao Jianhua 8 April 2014
 Colombia David Eduardo Montoya Quirama, Chargé d'Affaires, a.i.[6]
 Czechia Jana Šedivá[7] 15 January 2019
 Denmark Jan Top Christensen[8] 7 October 2014
 Egypt Ahmed Abdelaziz Ezzat Hassan 27 February 2018
 European Union Franz Jessen[9] 5 November 2015
 France Nicolas Galey 6 December 2017
 Germany Anke Reiffenstuel [10] 20 August 2019
 Greece Antonis Alexandridis, Ambassador-designate
 Holy See Gabriele Giordano Caccia 6 December 2017
 Hungary József Bencze 6 December 2016
 India Jaideep Mazumdar[11] 7 August 2017
 Indonesia Sinyo Harry Sarundajang 20 February 2018
 Iran Mohammad Tanhaei 12 January 2016
 Iraq Khalil Jindy Rashow Rashow, Chargé d'Affaires, a.i.
 Israel Rafael Harpaz 31 August 2018[12]
 Italy Giorgio Guglielmino[13] 13 September 2017
 Japan Koji Haneda[14] 25 October 2017
 Kuwait Musaed Saleh Al-Thuwaikh 6 December 2016
 Laos Songkane Luangmuninthone 19 March 2019
 Libya Ahmed Eddeb, Chargé d'Affaires, a.i.
 Malaysia Norman bin Muhamad [15] 20 August 2019
 Sovereign Military Order of Malta Odelia Gregorio Arroyo[16] 27 August 2013
 Mexico Gerardo Lozano Arredondo[17] 13 September 2017
 Morocco Mohammed Rida El Fassi 11 January 2017
 Myanmar Win Naing 20 April 2017
 Netherlands Saskia Elisabeth de Lang 19 March 2019
 New Zealand David John Strachan[18] 21 May 2015
 Nigeria Adekunbi Abibat Sonaike-Ayodeji[19] 13 September 2017
 Norway Bjørn Staurset Jahnsen[20] 25 September 2018
 Oman Munther Mafoodh Salim Al-Mantheri 8 April 2014
 Pakistan Saadia Awan, Chargée d'affaires, a.i.
 Palau Keith Richard Sugiyama, Chargé d'affaires, a.i.
 Panama Lhuana Pamela López Amorim, Chargée d'affaires, a.i.
 Papua New Guinea Betty Palaso 19 March 2019
 Poland Jarosław Roman Szczepankiewicz, Chargé d'affaires, a.i.[21]
 Qatar Ali Ibrahim Al-Malki 24 May 2016
 Romania Mihail Bujor Sion, Chargé d'affaires, a.i.
 Russia Igor Anatolyevich Khovaev 8 June 2015
 Saudi Arabia Abdullah bin Nasser Al-Bussairy[22] 21 May 2015
 Singapore Gerard Ho Wei Ng 19 March 2019
 South Africa Boiki Phillip Motloung, Chargé d'affaires, a.i.
 South Korea Han Dong-man[23] 17 January 2018
 Spain Jorge Moragas Sánchez[24] 12 December 2018
 Sri Lanka Shobini Gunasekera, Ambassador-designate
 Sweden Harald Fries 6 December 2016
  Switzerland Alain Gaschen [25] 20 August 2019
 Thailand Vasin Ruangprateepsaeng[26] 21 May 2019
 Timor Leste José Gaspar Dos Reis Correia Piedade[27] 9 January 2017
 Turkey Artemiz Sumer 19 March 2019
 United Arab Emirates Hamad Saeed Hamad Obaid Al-Zaabi 6 December 2016
 United Kingdom Daniel Robert Pruce[28] 13 September 2017
 United States Sung Kim 6 December 2016
 Venezuela Capaya Rodríguez González 24 May 2016
 Vietnam Lý Quôc Tuân 27 February 2018

Non-Resident Ambassadors

The following is a list of non-resident ambassadors to the Republic of the Philippines.[29][30][31][32]

Sending country Non-Resident Ambassador Date of presentation of credentials Host country
 Afghanistan Bashir Mohabbat, Ambassador-designate[33] Japan
 Algeria Nasreddine Rimouche[34] 12 January 2016 Malaysia
 Armenia Raisa Vardanyan 10 June 2014 Vietnam
 Angola Fidelino Loy de Jesus Figueiredo 10 January 2013 Singapore
 Azerbaijan Tamerlan Elmar Oglu Karayev 10 January 2013 Indonesia
 Belarus Valery Kolesnik[35] 25 September 2018 Indonesia
 Benin Zomahoun Dossou Rufin Cyr 10 January 2013
 Bolivia Angela Karin Ayllon Quisbert, Chargée d'Affaires a.i. Japan
 Botswana Nkoloi Nkoloi [36] 24 January 2019 Japan
 Bulgaria Evgueni Stefanov Stoytchev 8 June 2015 Vietnam
 Burkina Faso Francois Oubida 10 January 2013 China
 Congo Daniel Owassa[37] 8 January 2015 China
 Croatia Dražen Margeta[38] 12 January 2016 Indonesia
 Cuba Ibete Fernández Hernández[39] 10 June 2016 Malaysia
 Cyprus Pantelakis Eliades 10 June 2014
 Dominican Republic Frank Hans Dannenberg Castellanos 17 January 2008 India
 Djibouti Ahmed Araita Ali 15 January 2009 Japan Fabián Valdivieso
 Ecuador Fabián Enrique Valdivieso, Ambassador-designate Indonesia
 El Salvador Martha Lidia Zelayandia Cisneros 10 January 2013 Japan
 Eritrea Tesggai Tesfazion 18 March 2004 China
 Estonia Väino Reinart [40] 20 August 2019 Japan
 Ethiopia Shiferaw Jarso Tedecha 11 January 2017 South Korea
 Finland Petri Juhani Puhakka 10 June 2016 Malaysia
 Fiji Isikeli Uluinairai Matailoga 10 January 2013 Japan
 Gabon Carlo Victor Boungou 10 June 2013 South Korea
 Gambia Ramzia Diab Ghanim[41] 21 January 2019 Malaysia
 Georgia Irakli Asashvili [42] 20 August 2019 Indonesia
 Ghana Benjamin Clement Eghan 8 June 2015 Malaysia
 Guatemala Ángela María de Lourdes Chávez-Bietti, Ambassador-designate Japan
 Guinea Senkoun Sylla 10 June 2014 Japan
 Guyana Bayney Karran, Ambassador-designate China
 Honduras Marlene Villela De Talbott 10 June 2013 Japan
 Iceland Hannes Heimisson 10 June 2014 Japan
 Ireland Patrick Bourne, Ambassador-designate[43] Singapore
 Ivory Coast Jérôme Kloh Weya 10 January 2013 Japan
 Jamaica Clement Philip Ricardo Allicock 10 June 2014 Japan
 Jordan Demiye Zuher Moh’d Haddad 10 June 2013 Japan
 Kazakhstan Askhat Orazbay[44] 12 January 2016 Indonesia
 Kenya Dorcas Rukunga, Chargée d'affaires, a.i. Malaysia
 Lebanon Nidal Yehya, Ambassador-designate[45] Japan
 Liberia Youngor Sevelee Telewoda 10 June 2013 Japan
 Lithuania Gediminis Varvuolis[46] 21 January 2019 Japan
 Luxembourg Béatrice Kirsch 8 June 2015 Japan
 Malawi Grenenger Kidney Msulira Banda [47] 20 August 2019 Japan
 Maldives Hussain Shibab 10 June 2013
 Mali Aya Thiam Diallo, Ambassador-designate Japan
 Malta John Joseph Aquilina[48] 9 January 2018 China
 Marshall Islands Thomas Kijiner [49] 10 June 2014 Japan
 Mauritania Yahya Ngam[50] 12 January 2016 Japan
 Mauritius Issop Patel, Ambassador-designate Malaysia
 Mongolia Tumur Lkhagvadorj[51] 12 January 2016 Singapore
 Namibia Anne Namakau Mutelo 11 January 2017 Malaysia
   Nepal Niranjan Man Singh Basnyat[52] 8 January 2015 Malaysia
 Nicaragua Rodrigo Coronel Kinloch, Ambassador-designate Japan
 North Korea Mun Song Mo 8 June 2015 Thailand
 Palestine Anwar Hamadto Kassem Al-Agha 8 June 2015 Malaysia
 Paraguay Irineo Raúl Silvero Silvagni[53] 9 January 2018 South Korea
 Peru Fernando Julio Antonio Campos Quiros[54] 21 January 2019 Thailand
 Portugal Rui Fernando Sucena Do Carmo[55] 23 January 2018 Indonesia
 Rwanda Venetia Sebudandi 11 January 2017 Japan
 Samoa Jacqueline Sila-Tualaulelei[56] 09 June 2016 Japan
 Serbia Slodoban Marinković[57] 17 January 2018 Indonesia
 Seychelles China
 Slovakia Michal Slivovič [58] 10 June 2014 Indonesia
 Sudan Hamza Omer Hassan Ahmed[59] 21 January 2019 Malaysia
 Suriname Titi Amina Pardi 8 January 2014 Indonesia
 Tanzania Ramadhani Kitwana-Dau 17 January 2018 Malaysia
 Tonga Angelika Latufuipeka Tuku’aho [60] 24 January 2019 Australia
 Trinidad and Tobago Chandradath Singh 8 June 2015 China
 Tunisia Mourad Belhassen [61] 8 June 2015 Indonesia
 Turkmenistan Gurbanmammet Elyasov[62] 24 January 2019 Japan
 Uganda Dorothy Samali Hyuha[63] 21 January 2019 Malaysia
 Ukraine Olexander Nechytaylo[64] 23 January 2018 Malaysia
 Uruguay Luis Fernando Iribarne Restuccia South Korea
 Uzbekistan Bakhtiyor Saidov[65] 24 January 2019 China
 Yemen Adel Mohamed Ali Ba Hamid[66] 23 January 2018 Malaysia
 Zambia Walubita Imakando [67] 24 January 2019 Japan
 Zimbabwe Cuthbert Zhakata 11 January 2012 Malaysia

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