Bio-data of the former Ambassador Alexandre Ziegler [fr]

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Alexandre Ziegler
Ambassador of France to India

Born on 8 September 1969, Alexandre Ziegler graduated from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Institute of Political Studies) and holds a degree in history (the prestigious “Agrégation”).

He is an alumnus of the École Normale Supérieure as well as of the French National School of Administration (1995-1997).

He is fluent in English and German and also has a working knowledge of the Chinese language.

In 1997, he was appointed to the permanent post of Secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, followed by a 4-year stint at the Strategic, Security and Disarmament Affairs Division of the same ministry (1997-2000).

He served as Deputy Consul General in Hongkong (2000-2003), before being posted as First Secretary in Berlin (2003-2007).

He was then appointed Counsellor for Culture and Cooperation in Beijing (2007-2010).

Thereafter, he was appointed Head of Programmes and Network at the Globalisation, Development, and Partnerships Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2010-2012).

From 2013 to February 2016, he served as the Head of the Foreign Minister’s Political Office (Directeur de Cabinet / Chief of Staff to the Minister).

He is married and has five children.

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Last modified on 02/09/2019

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