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Change of Her Majesty's Ambassador to the Plurinational State of Bolivia

Mr Ross Patrick Denny has been appointed Her Majesty's Ambassador to the Plurinational State of Bolivia.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

He will succeed Mr Nigel Marcus Baker who will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment. Mr Denny will take up his appointment during October 2011.

Mr Denny joined the Foreign Office in 1979 and has served at a wide variety of Post overseas including two appointments in Latin America. He is currently serving as the Administrator of Ascension Island, a British Overseas Territory.

On his appointment as Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Plurinational State of Bolivia, Mr Denny said:

“I am delighted and honoured to be appointed to represent Britain in Bolivia, and very much look forward to working with the Government of Bolivia on a range of subjects of mutual interest and concern, building on Nigel Baker’s many achievements. I am particularly delighted to have the opportunity to live and work in Latin America again and much look forward to assuming my duties.”
Curriculum vitae**

Full name:

Ross Patrick Denny

Sept 2008 - present

Ascension Island, Administrator

Oct 2005 - Aug 2008

FCO, Team Leader, Research Analysts

Apr 2002 - July 2005

Luanda, Deputy Head of Mission, Her Majesty’s Consul, Entry Clearance Manager and Director of Trade Development

June 1998 - Nov 2001

Sao Paulo, Vice Consul (Commercial/Press & Public Affairs)

Sept 1992 - Oct 1997

The Hague, Second Secretary Political/EU Affairs

1989 - 1992

FCO, South Pacific Department

1988 - 1989

FCO, Personnel Services Department, Research & Estimates Unit

1985 - 1988

Warsaw, Vice Consul

1983 - 1985

Doha, Assistant Management Officer/Accountant

1980 - 1983

Santiago, Accountant

1979 - 1980

FCO, West Indies and Atlantic Department

Published 28 July 2011