Mohammed Sadiq (diplomat)

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Mohammed Sadiq is a retired Pakistani diplomat.[1] Mr. Sadiq serves as Chairman/CEO of Sid Group of Companies. Mr. Sadiq most recently served as Secretary to the National Security Division Cabinet_Committee_on_National_Security_(Pakistan) (CCNS). He retired from the Pakistan Government in October, 2016. He served as Pakistan's ambassador to Afghanistan, (December 2008 to December 2014). He has held a number of other senior posts within the Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, including deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of Pakistan in Washington, D.C. as Minister/Deputy Chief of Mission in August 2002. As Deputy Ambassador to the United States, Mr. Sadiq launched the first ever internship program by the Pakistan Embassy. He also conducted a comprehensive study of Pakistani American community and worked with Pakistan American community to establish the Pakistan Caucus at Capitol Hill.

M.A. Political Science Peshawar University
M.A. International Affairs Columbia University
M.S. Defence and Security Studies National Defence University, Islamabad