Presented Credentials

Some articles on presented credentials, presented:

United States Ambassador To Japan - List of Chiefs of Mission
... Resident Ministers Townsend Harris (Presented credentials, November 5, 1859–Presented recall, April 26, 1862) Robert H ... Pruyn (Presented credentials, May 17, 1862-Left Japan, April 28, 1865) Chauncey Depew (commissioned during a recess of Senate declined appointment) Robert B ... Van Valkenburgh (Presented credentials, May 4, 1867–Presented recall, November 11, 1869) Charles E ...
United States Ambassador To Angola - Ambassadors
... Career FSO Title Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Appointed May 9, 1994 Presented credentials July 14, 1994 Terminated mission Left post, July 24, 1995 Donald K ... Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Appointed June 27, 1995 Presented credentials September 15, 1995 Terminated mission Left post November 6, 1998 Joseph Gerard Sullivan – Career FSO Title Ambassador ... Appointed August 8, 2001 Presented credentials October 26, 2001 Terminated mission Left post, July 12, 2004 Cynthia G ...
List Of Austrian Ambassadors To The United States - Ambassadors
... Presented credentials 2 December 1921 Title Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary Presented credentials 7 May 1925 Terminated mission Anschluss ...
United States Ambassador To Kosovo
... and Plenipotentiary Appointed July 18, 2008 Presented credentials 2006 Terminated mission 2008 Christopher Dell – Career FSO Title Ambassador ...

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