Change of High Commissioner to Brunei
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Mr David Campbell has been appointed British High Commissioner to Brunei.
He will succeed Mr Rob Fenn, who will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment. Mr Campbell will take up his appointment during July 2013.
Mr Campbell joined the FCO in 1981 and has served overseas in Europe, the Caribbean and Asia Pacific, including Singapore and the Philippines.
On his appointment as British High Commissioner to Brunei, Mr Campbell has said:
I am delighted to be returning to South East Asia. I am honoured to have been appointed High Commissioner to Brunei. The UK has a longstanding relationship with Brunei. I look forward to strengthening further the very close links which exist between our two countries.
|Full name:||David Ian Campbell|
|2009 - 2013||Taipei, Director British Trade & Cultural Office|
|2008||Canberra, Deputy High Commissioner|
|2003 - 2007||Singapore, Deputy High Commissioner|
|2000 - 2003||Manila, Deputy Head of Mission|
|1995 - 1999||FCO, Deputy Head of Human Rights Department|
|1994 - 1995||FCO, Head of Section, South East Asian Department|
|1994||Belgrade, First Secretary|
|1990 - 1993||UK Mission to Geneva, First Secretary (Humanitarian)|
|1987 - 1989||FCO, Falkland Islands Department, Desk Officer|
|1985 - 1987||Georgetown, Third (later Second) Secretary|
|1984 - 1985||Budapest, Third Secretary|
|1981 - 1984||FCO, Desk Officer, East African Department; Migration Department|
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