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Biography of Ambassador ZHANG Ming



Ambassador ZHANG Ming was born in June 1957. He has a bachelor's degree.

1975-1976 Worker, Voltage Transformer Factory of Zhengzhou City, Henan Province

1976-1978 Educated youth, Shangqiu County, Henan Province

1978-1983 Student of Arabic language, Department of Asian and African Languages, Beijing Institute of Foreign Languages (now Beijing Foreign Studies University)

1983-1984 Staff member, Department of West Asian and North African Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA)

1984-1985 Staff member, Chinese Embassy in the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen

1985-1988 Attaché, Department of West Asian and North African Affairs, MFA

1988-1992 Third Secretary, Second Secretary, Chinese Embassy in the Sultanate of Oman

1992-1997 Deputy Director, First Secretary, Department of West Asian and North African Affairs, MFA

1997-2001 First Secretary, Counselor, Chinese Embassy in the State of Israel

2001-2006 Deputy Director-General, General Office, MFA

2006-2009 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of China to the Republic of Kenya, Permanent Representative to UNEP and Permanent Representative to UN-Habitat

2009-2010 Director-General, Department of African Affairs, MFA

2010-2011 Director-General, General Office, MFA

2011-2013 Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs

2013-2017 Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs

2017- Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Head of the Chinese Mission to the European Union

Ambassador ZHANG is married, with a son.

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