|Born||28 February 1955|
Martin David Uden (born 28 February 1955) is, as of December 2012, the co-ordinator of the Panel of Experts at the United Nations which deals with North Korea regarding the sanctions against that country established by United Nations Security Council Resolution 1874. He was previously Managing Director of the British Business Embassy at UKTI, which he joined in March 2012. Before that he served as a British Diplomat, most recently as the British Ambassador to South Korea.
Previous diplomatic postings in Korea were as the British embassy's Second Secretary (1978–1981), and as Political Counsellor (1994–1997).
Uden carried one of the Olympic torches as part of the 2012 Olympic torch relay, expressing a desire that it "would be symbolic of the many connections between the UK and Korea, two great sporting nations".
- Bennett, Terry; Uden, Martin (26 July 2011). Korea: Caught in Time (Caught in Time Great Photographic Archives). ISBN 978-1859642214.
- Uden, Martin (12 June 2003). Times Past in Korea: An Illustrated Collection of Encounters, Customs and Daily Life Recorded by Foreign Visitors (Korea Library). ISBN 978-1903350065.
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- Ban, Ki-moon (17 December 2012). "Letter dated 17 December 2012 from the Secretary-General to the President of the Security Council". United Nations. Archived from the original on 21 November 2013. Retrieved 16 May 2013.
- "Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General". United Nations. 9 January 2013.
- LinkedIn "Martin Uden LinkedIn profile" 16 July 2012
- A & C Black (2012). "UDEN, Martin David". Who's Who 2012, online edition. Oxford University Press. Retrieved 2012-05-03.
- Uden, Martin "Times Past in Korea," Dong-a Ilbo, 14 November 2009.
- Paul Bradshaw "The Korean connection: diplomats carrying the Olympic torch" 22 June 2012
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