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Diplomatic Representation for Laos


Foreign Embassies in the U.S. and Their Ambassadors
Office of the Chief of Protocol
June 28, 2010
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DATE

NAME/MISSION

June 29, 1953LEGATION OPENED
  
June 29, 1953Ourot Souvannavong, Appt. E.E. and M.P.
July 13, 1963E.E. and M.P. (Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary)
  
November 8, 1955LEGATION RAISED TO EMBASSY
  
October 13, 1955Ourot R. Souvannavong, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
November 8, 1955Amb. E. and P.
  
November 17, 1959H.E. Nouphat Chounramany, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
December 1, 1959Amb. E. and P.
  
October 4, 1961H.R.H. Tiao Khampan, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
October 17, 1961Amb. E. and P.
  
March 31, 1966Kamking Souvanlasy, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
April 6, 1966Amb. E. and P.
  
April 1, 1971Soukpraseith Sithimolada, Charge d'Affaires a.i.
  
June 28, 1971H.R.H. Tiao Khammao, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
July 22, 1971Amb. E. and P.
  
October 4, 1972Pheng Norindr, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
December 19, 1972Amb. E. and P.
  
July 18, 1974Mr. Khamsouk Chanthadara, Counselor, Charge d'Affaires ad interim
  
September 27, 1974Khamphan Panya, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
October 4, 1974Amb. E. and P.
  
DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS CEASED 1975
  
September 23, 1992Hiem Phommachanh, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
November 18, 1992Amb. E. and P.
  
MISSION OPENED IN 1992 Under Name – THE LAO PEOPLE'S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC
  
July 29, 1998Vang Rattanagong, Appt.
September 10, 1998 
  
April 19, 2002Phanthong Phommahaxay, Appt
June 19, 2002Amb. E. and P.
  
February 22, 2007Phiane Philakone
February 27, 2007Amb. E. and P.
  
June 4, 2010Seng Soukhathivong, Appt.
June 28, 2010Amb. 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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