|Permanent Representative to the UN for Algeria|
1 February 1953 |
Benmehidi received a law degree at the University of Algiers. He speaks four languages which include Arabic, English, French and German.
Benmehidi was Algeria’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York, prior to taking the lead post. He has held several other diplomatic posts which include Minister Counselor at Algeria’s Mission to the United Nations; Foreign Ministry of Algeria: acting Deputy Director for Eastern Asia, Deputy Director responsible for Northern Europe, and Head of Human Rights at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; postings at Algerian Embassies in Bonn, Germany and in Harare, Zimbabwe. He began his diplomatic career at the Foreign Ministry in 1982, in charge of the Office of South-South Cooperation and Regional and Inter-regional Conferences.
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