List of ambassadors of Tunisia to China

The Tunisian Ambassador in Beijing is the official representative of the Government in Tunis to the Government of China and is also accredited in Pyongyang (North Korea), Phnom Penh (Cambodia) and Vientiane (Laos).

Ambassador of Tunisia to China
Incumbent
Dhia Khaled

since December 19, 2016
Inaugural holderRidha Klibi
FormationDecember 28, 1973

List of representativesEdit

Diplomatic agreement/Diplomatic accreditation Ambassador Observations Head of Government of Tunisia Premier of the People's Republic of China Term end


January 11, 1964 The governments of Tunez and Beijing established diplomatic relations. Habib Bourguiba Zhou Enlai
September 26, 1967 Closure of the Embassy in Tunez Habib Bourguiba Zhou Enlai October 8, 1971
December 28, 1973 Ridha Klibi Peking, December 28, 1973 ( HSINHUA )--Ridha Klibi, first ambassador extraordinary and Hédi Nouira Zhou Enlai August 1, 1976
October 1, 1976 Mohamed al-Memmi Mohamed El Memmi Hédi Nouira Hua Guofeng August 1, 1981
August 1, 1981 Ridha Bach Baouab R. Bachbaouab[1] Mohamed Mzali Zhao Ziyang February 1, 1987
March 1, 1987 Taoufik Smida Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali Li Peng August 1, 1990
September 1, 1990 Salah Jebali Hamed Karoui Li Peng October 1, 1991
November 1, 1991 Mohamed Habib Kaabachi Mohaaaed Habib Kaabachi
  • In 2004 he was ambassador to Amman Jordania[2]
Hamed Karoui Li Peng August 1, 1994
November 5, 1994 Abdelhamid Ben Messaouda
  • In 1992 he was ambassador in Tokyo.[3]
Hamed Karoui Li Peng January 1, 1997
January 1, 1997 Mohammed Mongi Lahbib [de] Hamed Karoui Li Peng January 1, 2001
April 7, 2002 Salah Hamdi [4] Mohamed Ghannouchi Zhu Rongji November 1, 2004
March 25, 2005 Mohammed Sahbi Basly [de] November 28, 2006: Diplomatic accreditation[5] Mohamed Ghannouchi Wen Jiabao August 12, 2010
July 4, 2013 Tarek Amri [6] Ali Laarayedh Li Keqiang December 19, 2016
December 19, 2016 Dhia Khaled [7] Youssef Chahed Li Keqiang


Coordinates: 39°56′35″N 116°27′30″E / 39.942949°N 116.458281°E / 39.942949; 116.458281 [8]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ [1]Ridha Bach Baouab
  2. ^ Mohamed Habib Kaabachi
  3. ^ Abdelhamid Ben Messaouda
  4. ^ Salah Hamdi
  5. ^ :de:Mohammed Sahbi Basly
  6. ^ [2]Tarek Amri
  7. ^ Dhia Khaled
  8. ^ Wolfgang Bartke [es], The diplomatic service of the People's Republic of China as of June 1981, German Institute of Global and Area Studies, 1981 - 110 p., p. 36; Ambassadeurs de Tunisie en Chine, [3]