Martin Andjaba

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Martin Andjaba (born 17 December 1957 in Ontokolo) is a Namibian diplomat who has been his country's Permanent Representative to the United Nations since 4 September 1996. Prior to this, he had served as the Namibian government's Chief of Protocol since 1990 where he was replaced by Patrick Nandago.[1] During Namibia's two-year tenure on the United Nations Security Council, Andjaba served as President of the Security Council in August 1999[2] and October 2000.[3] He also led a UN delegation to East Timor.

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