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Diplomatic Representation for Republic of the Congo


Foreign Embassies in the U.S. and Their Ambassadors
Office of the Chief of Protocol
August 11, 2001
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(Republic of the Congo - Brazzaville)
(Formerly MIDDLE CONGO, CONGO/BRAZZAVILLE, CONGO)

DATE

NAME/MISSION

  
March 21, 1961EMBASSY OPENED
  
December 9, 1960Emmanuel Datnongo Dadet, Appt.
March 21, 1961Amb. E. and P.
  
December 23, 1964Jonas Mouanza, Appt.
January 14, 1965Amb. E. and P.
  
August 8, 1965EMBASSY CLOSED - Diplomats Recalled
U.S. Embassy Congo (Brazzaville) closed about the same time
DID NOT SEVER RELATIONS - most of Embassy staff removed to New York
  
June 1977Relations resumed under bilateral agreement
  
October 30, 1977U.S. Embassy at Brazzaville reopened in care of Charge d'Affaires ad interim
  
October 24, 1978Nicolas Mondjo, Appt.
January 11, 1979Amb. E. and P.
  
June 5, 1985Stanislas Batchi, Appt.
November 5, 1985Amb. E. and P.
  
November 19, 1987Benjamin Bounkoulou, Appt.
December 21, 1987Amb. E. and P.
  
May 21, 1990Roger Issombo, Appt.
May 29, 1990Amb. E. and P.
  
October 12, 1993Pierre Damien Boussoukou-Boumba
December 9, 1993 
  
April 22, 1996Dieudonne-Antoinne Ganga , Appt.
April 30, 1996Amb. E. and P.
  
June 27, 2001Serge Mombouli , Appt.
August 11, 2001Amb. 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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