CHARGE D'AFFAIR'S BIOGRAPHY

 

 

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan on 23 July 2015 appointed Mr. Azizullah Omar as the Charge d’affairs of the Embassy and Permanent Mission of Afghanistan to the United Nations office and other International Organizations in Geneva.

Mr. Omar was born in 1975 in Kabul Afghanistan. He has over 19 years of work experience, accomplishing 14 years of his work experience in Afghanistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

On July 2013, Mr. Omar was appointed as Counsellor of the Embassy and Permanent Mission of Afghanistan to the United Nations Office and Other International Organizations in Geneva. He was Deputy and Acting Director General of the Economic Cooperation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 2011 to 2013. He served as Director of Multilateral Relation and IFIS of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 2010-2012. He was In-charge of the Arab Countries Desk of the Second Political Directorate in 2009.

Mr. Omar was appointed as Second Secretary in the Embassy of the I.R of Afghanistan in Jakarta, Indonesia from 2005-2008. Prior to his employment abroad he was Member of the Second Political Directorate (Iran and Turkey Desk) in Afghanistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 2002-2005.

Mr. Omar has both his Bachelor and Masters in Business Administration from the University of Berkley. He is a native speaker of Dari, and can fluently speak Pashto, English and Arabic with good competence in speaking Urdu, Indonesian and French.

Mr. Omar has led several Afghan delegations, namely; the Afghan Delegation for Water and Environment cooperation 4 rounds with Tajikistan in 2012-2013, IRENA first assembly in UAE in 2011, UNSPECA Ministerial meeting in Ashgabat Turkmenistan in 2011.