Frank Baker OBE was appointed as Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Libya in February 2018.
|2014 to 2017||Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Iraq|
|2010 to 2014||Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the State of Kuwait|
|2007 to 2010||FCO, Deputy Director, Middle East|
|2003 to 2007||Washington, Political/Military Counsellor|
|2000 to 2003||FCO, Head of Africa Department (Equatorial)|
|1998 to 2000||FCO, Private Secretary to Minister of State|
|1998||FCO, Head of Iraq Section, Middle East Department|
|1996 to 1998||Washington, on Secondment to US Government|
|1993 to 1996||Ankara, First Secretary|
|1991 to 1993||FCO, Human Rights Policy Department|
|1986 to 1991||Buenos Aires, Third, later Second Secretary|
|1983 to 1986||Panama City, Third Secretary|
|1981 to 1982||FCO, Personnel Operations Department|
Frank’s full name is Francis (Frank) Raymond Baker. He is married to Maria Pilar Fernandez and has 1 daughter and 1 son.
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British Ambassador to Libya
The Ambassador represents Her Majesty The Queen and the UK government in the country to which they are appointed. They are responsible for the direction and work of the Embassy and its Consulates, including political work, trade and investment, press and cultural relations, and visa and consular services.
Previous roles in government
British Ambassador to Iraq
- 2014 to 2017
British Ambassador to Kuwait
- 2010 to 2014