List of ambassadors of Tunisia to the United States

The Tunisian Ambassador in Washington, D.C. is the official representative of the Government in Tunis to the Government of United States.

Ambassador of Tunisia to United StatesEmbassy of Tunisia in Washington, D.C.
Embassy of Tunisia in Washington, D.C.
Incumbent
Faycal Gouia

since May 18, 2015
Inaugural holderHabib Bourguiba, Jr.
FormationAugust 6, 1956

List of representativesEdit

Diplomatic agrément Diplomatic accreditation Ambassador Observations Heads of government of Tunisia List of presidents of the United States Term end
August 6, 1956 Habib Bourguiba, Jr. As Chargé d'affaires he opened the embassy. Habib Bourguiba Dwight D. Eisenhower
August 30, 1956 September 6, 1956 Mongi Slim Habib Bourguiba Dwight D. Eisenhower
March 3, 1961 March 10, 1961 Habib Bourguiba, Jr. Habib Bourguiba John F. Kennedy
March 10, 1964 April 8, 1964 Rachid Driss Habib Bourguiba Lyndon B. Johnson
December 11, 1969 December 18, 1969 Slaheddine El-Goulli "(* June 22, 1919 in Sousse) He was the son of Abdesselam el-Goulli and Helena el-Goulli.
  • He visited the College, de Sousse, College Sainte Barbe, Sorbonne and University de Paris.
  • From 1947 to 1956 he was Director General of cos..
  • From 1956 to 1957 he was ConsulGen. Marseilles.
  • From 1958 to 1961 he was Minister, Washington.
  • 1961 Alternate Executive Director World Bank .
  • 1962–1969Ambassador to Belgium, also accredited to Netherlands and Luxembourg, concurrently Perm.
  • 1969Representative to European Economic Community. Perm. Representative.
  • From 1970 to 1973 he was Ambassador to United States of America.
  • From 1970 to 1973 also accredited to Mexico
  • From 1972 to 1973 also to Venezuela.
  • From 1974 to 1976 he was Special Adviser to Foreign Minister.
  • From 1976 to 1978 he was Ambassador to the Netherlands.
  • In 1979 he was Adviser Foreign Ministry.
  • Since 1980 he was Chairman PDGPhilips (Tunisia) Tunis .
  • President Tunis World Trade Center.
  • 1966 Grand Cordon de l’Ordre de la Republique Tunisienne,

also decorations from Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg."[1]

Bahi Ladgham Richard Nixon
January 11, 1974 February 1, 1974 Ali Hedda (born October 30, 1930 in Sousse) graduated in Political Science of the Institut des Sciences Politiques de Paris Hédi Nouira Gerald Ford
November 23, 1981 December 8, 1981 Habib Ben Yahia Mohamed Mzali Ronald Reagan
October 13, 1988 November 9, 1988 Abdelaziz Hamzaoui Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali Ronald Reagan
March 6, 1991 April 11, 1991 Ismail Khelil Hamed Karoui George H. W. Bush
October 21, 1994 November 21, 1994 Azouz Ennifar Hamed Karoui Bill Clinton
October 23, 1997 November 12, 1997 Noureddine Mejdoub Hamed Karoui Bill Clinton
October 6, 2000 October 19, 2000 Hatem Atallah Mohamed Ghannouchi Bill Clinton
March 4, 2005 March 8, 2005 Mohamed Nejib Hachana Mohamed Ghannouchi George W. Bush
April 4, 2009 May 20, 2009 Habib Mansour Mohamed Ghannouchi Barack Obama
October 1, 2010 December 7, 2010 Mohamed Salah Tekaya Mohamed Ghannouchi Barack Obama
April 9, 2013 April 15, 2013 Mokhtar Chaouachi Ali Laarayedh Barack Obama
December 13, 2013 March 10, 2014 Mhamad Ezzine Chelaifa Ali Laarayedh Barack Obama
May 8, 2015 May 18, 2015 Faycal Gouia Habib Essid Barack Obama

Coordinates: 38°54′24″N 77°02′07″W / 38.906764°N 77.035144°W / 38.906764; -77.035144 [2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "EC Audiovisual Service - Photo – Slaheddine El-Goulli" (PDF). ec.europa.eu. Retrieved 2017-07-01.
  2. ^ Chief of Protocol, [1]