The main UN organizations are
in New York, Génčve and Vienna
United Nations in Geneva (Switzerland)
1965 and 1970-70 Inga Thorsson,
Councillor of Social Affairs of Stockholm 1950-58, Ambassador to Israel 1964-66 and 1967-70, As Ambassador to the UN in Géneve she was also Chief Negotiator by the Disarmament Negotiations. She lived (1916-94).
1968-? Helen Hampton, New Zealand
Ca.1970 Dr. A.F.W. Lonsingh Meijer,
1980-83 Damdiny Baljinnyam, Mongolia
1982-84 Maria Rosa Boseta Ortos,
1982-89 Maj-Britt Teorin, Sweden
1982-89 H. Schoo, The Netherlands
Maria Rosa Boseta Ortis, Spain
Dame Anne Wartburton, United Kingdom
Ambassador to Denmark 1976-83
1986-97 Freda Lule
Also Ambassador in UN in Vienna, France, Italy, The Vatican, Switzerland, Portugal, UNESCO, Switzerland and Germany.
Until 1990 Fatuma Isak Bihi, Somalia ,
She was dismissed for misconduct.
1992-99 Lilia R. Bautista
1992-93 Dr. Andrea Willi, Liechtenstein (Observer)
1993-95 Dr. Penople Anne Wensley,
In 1997 Ambassador to UN in New York
1995-2001 Anne Anderson, Ireland
Ambassador to UN from 2001.
Arundhati Ghose, India
Former Ambassador to South Korea and Egypt
1996-99 Milica Suchànková,
1996-99 Eveline Herfkens, The Netherlands
Minister of Development Aid 1999-2002.
1996-? Absa Claude
Permanent Delegate to UNESCO 1972-77, Ambassador to Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark 1992-93, Ambassador to Russia 1993-96. (b. 1942-)
1997-2002 Savitir Kunadi, India
1997-99 M. McDonald, Australia
Yolande Biké, Gabon
Member of the government 1992-97 and from 2009.
1998 Nora Ruiz Gonzales
de Angulo, Costa Rica
1999- Ambassador to UN in Vienna
1998-99 Isabel Monterode de la Cámera,
Circa 1998-2002 Saodah B.A.
Circa 1998-2000 Spomeka
1999 Angelina Bonetti Herrera, Dominican
1999 Agnes Yahan Aggrey-Orleans,
Also accredited to UN in Vienna, Austria etc.
1999 Lilia R. Baustista, Philippines
1999 Sima Eivazova, Azerbarijan
1999-2000 Siliva Avila Seifert, Bolivia
1999 Saodah B.A. Syahruddin, Indonesia
1999-2002 Michèle Pranchère-Tomassini,
From 2002 Ambassador to Japan
1999-2002 Fayza Aboulnaga, Egypt
2000-02 Florencia Ballivián de Romero, Bolivia
2000-02 Lucy Martinez-Mont, Guatemala
(Also to WTO)
2000- Federica Bigi, San Marino
Also accredited to the other International Organisations in Switzlerland.
2000-02 Olmeda Rivera Ramirez, Honduras
2000- Amina Chawahir Mohamed, Kenya
Representative to a number of UN Organisations and Chairperson of the General Council of WTO since 2005.
2000- Najat Al-Hajjaji, Libya
2000-04 Anda Philip, Romania
2000-02 Apiradi Tantraporn, Thailand
2001-02 Fayza Aboulnaga, Egypt
2001-04 Rajmah Hussain, Malaysia
2001-04 Aminata Sidibé Soumare, Mali
2001-02 Perla Carvalho, Mexico
2001-? Mercedes Rico Carabias, Spain
2001-? Mary Whelan, Ireland
From 2004 Ambassador to UN in Vienna.
2002-? Naéla Gabr, Egypt
2002-06 Mathato Adel Matlanyane,
2002-04 Blancaneiva Portocarrero, Venezuela
From 2004 UN Ambassador
Clemencia Forero Ucros, Colombia
2003-? Elisabet Borsiin Bonnier, Sweden
2004-? Sarala Manouri
Fernando, Sri Lanka
2004-? Glaudine J. Mtshali, South Africa
2004-? Hsu King Bee, Malaysia
2005- Marie Louise
Ambassador to the Council of Europe 1991-96, Ambassador to Finland 1996-99, Deputy Political Director of the Foreign Ministry, 2000 Representative at the Foreign Affairs' and Security Commitee of the EU and Representative to the Western European Union, WEU, and sometime President of it's Political Committe, later Political Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
2006-? Caroline Millar, Australia
She was Deputy Permanent Representative, Ambassador and Chargé d'Affaires
2005-06 and Acting Ambassador February-April 2006. Ambassador for Disarmament
and Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations at Geneva from
2006-? Venetia Sebudandi, Rwanda
Gulnara Karimova, Uzbekistan
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs 2008 and Ambassador to Spain from 2010. Daughter of President Islom Karimov and believed to be his designated heir. (b. 1972-)
2011- Iruthisham Adam, Maldive Islands
Last update 13.05.13