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Our Ambassador

Mr. Ata-Ul-Munim Shahid

Born in 1962.
Holds Master’s degree (Gold Medalist).

Post Graduate Diploma in International Relations from LSE (UK).
Joined Foreign Service of Pakistan in 1996.
Served at Headquarters as Section Officer (1998), Protocol Officer (2000 & 2004-2005).

Director (South East Asia) from 2011-2012.

Held various diplomatic assignments in Pakistan Mission abroad: Niamey (2000-2004), Rome (2005-2009), Singapore (2009-2011), Bangkok (2012-2015) and Moscow (2015-2017).

Served as Director General (Economic Cooperation & OIC) in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs from October 2017-July 2019.

Remained Pakistan’s D-8 Commissioner from 2017- 2019.
Languages: English, French and Urdu.

He is married with two children.

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