Distinguished Fellows of ACCD
Distinguished Fellows are leaders who have made significant personal contributions to commercial diplomatic practise and diplomatic service.
HE Ambassador Hor Nambora C. Dipl
His Excellency Ambassador Nambora, a Distinguished Fellow of the Association and Honorary Member of The Congress of Diplomats is the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Royal Kingdom of Cambodia to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Also accredited to Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway with residence in London). He currently holds the position as "Dean of the Asian Countries' Group in London (more)
HRH Samdech Norodom Vacheahra C. Dipl
A Chartered Diplomat and Distinguished Fellow of the Association. Her Royal Highness is a permanent member of the Royal Cambodian Parliament, Chairman of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, and an Honorary Member of The Congress of Diplomats (more)
HE Ambassador (Dr) Rashid Ali, FCDipl, OGW, HSC, MBS
Honorary Fellow of Association of Certified Commercial Diplomats and current Ambassador of the Republic of Kenya to the Islamic Republic of Iran
April 04 – April 2010: Chairman Al-Fawzein Group of Companies
HE Ambassador (Prof) Lisen Bashkurti
Ambassador Lisen Bashkurti, President of The Albanian Diplomatic Academy is an Honorary Vice President of Association of Certified Commercial Diplomats. Dr Bashkurti is Rector of Royal Iliria University of Kosovo and also, of International University of Struga Macedonia. He was former Head of the United Nations Bureau at the MFA and Representative of Albania to The Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France. He was a Member of The Albanian Parliament and Former Ambassador of Albania to The Republic of Hungary.
His Eminence Dr Sayyed Abdul Aziz Al-Hakim C. Dipl
His Eminence Dr Sayyed Al-Hakim, Distinguished Fellow and Honorary Vice President of Association of Certified Commercial Diplomats, is President of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq and the Distinguished leader of the United Iraqi Alliance (more))
HE Dr Hor Namhong C. Dipl
His Excellency Dr Hor Namhong, Deputy Prime Minister and currently Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Cambodia since 1998. HE Dr Namhong is a Distinguished Fellow of the Association, senior member of the Cambodian People's Party and former Foreign Minister of Cambodia from 1990 until 1993 (more)
HE Ambassador Akin Alptuna C. Dipl
Distinguished Diplomat & Former Ambassador of Turkey to the Court of St James's; Ambassador Permanent Representative of Turkey to OECD; Deputy Under Secretary for EU and Western Europe; Ambassador to Finland; DG EU Dept; Deputy head of mission Turkish Perm Delegation to UN; Deputy DG Multilateral Political Affairs.
HE Ambassador (General) Mamadou Niang C. Dipl
Distinguished Fellow of ACCD and Honorary Member of The Congress of Diplomats. Former Ambassador of Senegal to the Court of St James's, Ambassador (General) Niang was Area Commander in Balantacounda from 1972-1974, and from 1980-1982, Commandant of the 2nd Senegalese contingent in Lebanon. From 1988-1990, he was Chief of Operations at the General Staff of the army appointed by the President Diouf President of the National Commission for Management of Peace Casamance. General Niang was Assistant Deputy Chief of General Staff of the Senegalese Army from 1991-1992. From 1992-1993 Director of Documentation and External Security (Senegal) Appointed President of National Elections Observatory (NEO, 1997-98) and Ambassador of Senegal to Guinea-Bissau from May 1999-March 2000. In April 2000, General Niang was appointed Minister of the Interior (Senegal). In this role, he contributed greatly to improving mobility and working conditions of police forces. In January 2004, General Mamadou Niang was appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Senegal to the Court of St James's replacing Mr. El Hadj Amadou Niang.
HE Ambassador Sea Kosal C. Dipl
His Excellency Ambassador Sea Kosal is a Distinguished Fellow of ACCD and Permanent Representative of the Royal Government of Cambodia to the United Nations. Prior to his appointment, Ambassador Kosal served as Ambassador and Chargé d'Affaires ad interim in his country's Permanent Mission to the United Nations in New York since December 2006 and as Deputy Permanent Representative since July 2005. From 2003 to 2005, he was Minister Counsellor and Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy of Cambodia to the United States, in Washington, D.C (more)