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Diplomatic Representation for Republic of Cameroon


Foreign Embassies in the U.S. and Their Ambassadors
Office of the Chief of Protocol
September 17, 2008
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Chronological Listing by Country

(Click on Alphabet for beginning to Country Name)

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

 

(Formerly FRENCH CAMEROON, BRITISH CAMEROON, FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON, UNITED REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON)

DATE

NAME/MISSION

January 16, 1961 EMBASSY OPENED
   
December 12, 1960 Aime-Raymond N'Thepe, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
January 16, 1961 Amb. E. and P.
   
March 5, 1962 Jacques Kuoh Moukouri, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
March 9, 1962 Amb. E. and P.
   
December 9, 1965 Joseph Owono, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
December 16, 1965 Amb. E. and P.
   
November 22, 1970 Michel Koss Epangue, Charge d'Affaires a.i.
   
September 23, 1971 Francois Xavier Tchoungui, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
October 13, 1971 Amb. E. and P
   
September 12, 1975 Eric Dikoko Quan, Minister Counselor, Charge d'Affaires ad interim
   
September 30, 1976 Benoit Bindzi, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
November 24, 1976 Amb. E. and P.
   
November 18, 1981 Michael Tabong Kima, Counselor, Charge d'Affaires ad interim
   
January 8, 1982 Paul Pondi, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
January 13, 1982 Amb. E. and P
   
January 14, 1984 Because of; constitutional change, country now called: REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON
   
June 23, 1994 Jerome Mendouga, Amb. E. and P.
   
September 12, 2008 Benvenu Joseph C. Foe-Atangana, Appt.
September 17, 2008 Amb. E. and P.

 

Special Terms*
[Amb.] E.E. and M.P.= Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary
[Charge d'Affaires] a.i.= ad interim
Amb. E. & P. = Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary



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