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Liu Xianfa

2019/02/27

Liu Xianfa, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs

Areas of responsibility: Administrative, financial, and Party-related affairs

Born in Qingdao, Shandong Province in April 1963. Graduated with a Doctoral Degree in Management Science.

1984-1986 Teacher, East China Petroleum Institute

1986-1989 Graduate student, Department of Petroleum Refining, University of Petroleum (Beijing)

1989-1993 Staff member, Department of Development, China Petrochemical Corporation (SINOPEC)

1993-1996 Deputy Division Director, SINOPEC Technology Development Center

1996-1998 Assistant Manager, SINOPEC Fushun Petrochemical Company

1998-1998 Assistant Director-General, SINOPEC Technology Development Center

1998-2000 Deputy Director-General, Department of Policies and Regulations, State Administration of Petroleum and Chemical Industries

2000-2003 Deputy Director-General, Department of Resources Conservation and Comprehensive Utilization, State Economic and Trade Commission

2003-2005 Deputy Director-General, Department of Resource Conservation and Environment Protection, National Development and Reform Commission

2005-2006 Deputy Director-General, Advisory Center, China National Petroleum Corporation

2006-2011 President, Petrochemical Research Institute, China National Petroleum Corporation

2011-2012 Deputy Consul-General, Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in Los Angeles

2012-2013 Consul-General, Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in Lagos

2013-2018 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Republic of China to the Republic of Kenya, Permanent Representative to United Nations Environment Programme and Permanent Representative to United Nations Human Settlements Programme

2018-2019 Ambassador at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (studied at the Party School of the CPC Central Committee from September to November 2018)

2019- Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs

Mr. Liu is married with a son.

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