New ambassadors in the DR
Magali Jeanty Magloire for Haiti, Daniel Saban for Israel, Ji Zen Tang for Taiwan, Christopher John Campbell for the United Kingdom and Marcello Apicella for Italy presented their credentials to President Danilo Medina at the Presidential Palace on Friday, 20 November 2015.
Magali Jeanty Magloire, the new ambassador of Haiti, was chief minister counselor at the Haitian Embassy and was acting ambassador after Daniel Supplice was fired after he denounced the Haitian government for failing to document its people, which has prevented or delayed thousands of Haitians from taking full advantage of the National Foreigner Legalization Plan (PNRE) to obtain legal status residency in the Dominican Republic. Magloire is an architect who has been director of sales for Nestle in Haiti.
Daniel Saban, the new ambassador of Israel, was born in Algeria in 1952 and immigrated to Israel in 1962. He studied political science and history at Israeli universities and served in the Israel Defense Forces from 1971-1974. He has worked as a diplomat since 1981 in Colombia, Paraguay, Madrid, Ecuador and Costa Rica.
Ji-Zeng-Tang, the new ambassador for Taiwan, was born in 1957. He studied Spanish and European studies in Taiwan and has worked in Ministry of Foreign Affairs positions in Taipei, Spain, El Salvador, Colombia, Belgium, Venezuela and Indonesia. Prior to his appointment he was his country’s ambassador in Nicaragua.
Marcello Apicella, the new Italian ambassador was born in Naples. A graduate in law, he has been with his country’s foreign service since 1995. His postings include consul general in Paris, and human resources counselor, as well as first counselor at the Embassy in Argentina, where he was decorated by the Argentine government.
Source: Dr1, Presidencia
Nov 23, 2015
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