Chinese President Appoints New Ambassadors
Chinese President Hu Jintao announced Sunday the appointment of new ambassadors to Nepal and fourteen other countries, in accordance with a decision made by the National Peoples Congress Standing Committee.
Sun Heping was appointed the new ambassador to Nepal, replacing Wu Congyong.
Wu Sike was appointed the new ambassador to Egypt, replacing Liu Xiaoming.
Huang Jiemin replaces Luo Xingwu as the new ambassador to Libya.
Liu Yuhe replaces Zhu Bangzao as the ambassador to Tunis and Palestine.
Wang Xiaoyuan is appointed as the new ambassador to the Equatorial Guinea, replacing Xu Changcai.
Yuan Guohou, ambassador to Congo, is replaced by Wo Ruidi.
Lu Yongshou, ambassador to Ghana, gave his position to Zhang Keyuan.
Zhang Yannian, the new ambassador to Kirghizia, replaces Hong Jiuyin.
Hong Jiuyin is appointed new ambassador to Estonia, replacing Cong Jun.
Yao Peisheng, ambassador to Kazakstan, is replaced by Zhou Xiaopei.
Lu Guisheng, new ambassador to Turkmenistan takes the position of Gao Yusheng.
Huang Zhongpo new ambassador to Slovakia, replaces Yuan Guisen.
Li Changhua was appointed the new ambassador to Chile, replacing Ren Jingyu.
Ren Jingyu was appointed the new ambassador to Mexico, replacing Li Jinzhang.