5 September 2023
(Based on information provided by the Protocol and Liaison Service)
VIENNA, 5 September (UN Information Service) – The new Permanent Representative of Kazakhstan to the United Nations (Vienna), Mukhtar Tileuberdi, presented his credentials today to the Director-General of the United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV), Ghada Waly.
During his career, Mr. Tileuberdi has served in various capacities, among them:
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kazakhstan (2021-2023); Minister of Foreign Affairs (2019-2021); First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs (2016-2019); Ambassador to the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Rhodes and Malta concurrently (2015-2016); Ambassador to Switzerland, Liechtenstein and the Vatican concurrently and Permanent Representative to the UN Office and other International Organizations in Geneva, Switzerland (2009-2016); Ambassador to Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam and the Philippines concurrently (2005-2009); Ambassador to Malaysia (2004-2009); Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs (2003-2004); Counsellor, Embassy in Israel (2001-2003); Counsellor of the State Secretary, Kazakhstan (2000-2001); First Secretary, Head of the Division of the Asia and Africa Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (1999-2000); and Third Secretary and Second Secretary, Embassy in Korea (1996-1999).
Mr. Tileuberdi completed his education at Kazakh State University.
He speaks English, Japanese and Korean.
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