Change of High Commissioner to Belize
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Mr Peter Hughes OBE has been appointed British High Commissioner to Belize.
He will succeed Mr Pat Ashworth, who will be retiring from the Diplomatic Service. Mr Hughes will take up his appointment during August 2013.
Mr Hughes began his diplomatic career in 1985 as Desk Officer in Defence Department and has served overseas in Australia, the Caribbean, South Asia, Afghanistan and North East Asia
On his appointment as British High Commissioner to Belize, Mr Hughes said:
It is a great privilege to have been given this opportunity to represent the United Kingdom in Belize. I hope to build on the enduring friendship between our two countries, and look forward to working closely with the Government and people of Belize to support our shared objective of a secure and prosperous future.
|Full name:||Mr Peter John Hughes OBE|
|2011 – Present||FCO, Human Resources Directorate|
|2008 – 2011||Pyongyang, Her Majesty’s Ambassador|
|2005 – 2007||Kabul, Counsellor (Political/Military)|
|2001 – 2005||Colombo, Deputy High Commissioner|
|1998 – 2001||Castries, Resident British Commissioner|
|1994 – 1998||FCO, Head of Korea Section, Far Eastern & Pacific Department|
|1989 – 1994||Sydney, Consul (Commercial)|
|1987 – 1989||FCO, Personnel Operations Department|
|1985 – 1987||FCO, Defence Department|