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Ambassador of France to Tajikistan Completes his Mission

Monday 11 June 2012

DUSHANBE (CA-News) – French Ambassador to Tajikistan Henry Zipper de Fabiani completes his mission in this Central Asian country, CA-News was told in the Tajik Foreign Ministry.

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Henry ZIPPER de FABIANI

The Foreign Minister of Tajikistan met with the French diplomat due to completion of his mission a few days ago, reported the Ministry. “The foreign minister paid tribute to the French Ambassador to Tajikistan. The French Ambassador expressed his appreciation for fruitful cooperation and support of his country’s embassy in Tajikistan to the Minister,” said the Ministry.

Fabiani said that “Tajikistan is an important partner for France in the Central Asian region and his country attaches great importance to developing relations with the Republic.”

“The two sides stressed the joint efforts of the countries in resolving the situation in Afghanistan as part of the actions of international forces in the country. Fabiani has again expressed his gratitude to the Tajik side for the support of International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan,” said the Ministry.

The Tajik Foreign Minister wished success in the further diplomatic activity of Ambassador of France.

Henry Zipper de Fabiani, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to Tajikistan, took office in Dushanbe on 26 January 2009 and presented his credentials on the 28th of that month, the president of Tajikistan, Emomali Rahmon.

Since July 2006 he had held from Paris the fonction of Ambassador in charge of humanitarian demining, with the Director of Strategic Affairs, Security and Disarmament of Foreign Ministry. He was also general secretary of the Commission Nationale pour l’Elimination des Mines Anti-personnel (CNEMA – “National Commission for the Elimination of Anti-Personnel Mines”).

Previously, Henry Zipper de Fabiani was Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France in Bosnia-Herzegovina (2003-2006). His responsibilities in Sarajevo allowed him to serve the stabilization of a country ravaged by a recent war and destined to join the European Union, diverse skills that this career diplomat since 1978 had acquired throughout his professional life.

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