British Ambassador to South Sudan

Mr Tim Morris

Mr Tim Morris

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Biography

Mr Tim Morris has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of South Sudan. Mr Morris took up his appointment during May 2015.

Mr Morris joined the FCO in 1981 and has served in London, Tokyo, Lisbon and Madrid, and most recently in Africa as Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Morocco and (non-resident) Mauritania, Sahel Coordinator, Special Envoy to the talks on South Sudan, and Chargé d’Affaires ad interim to the Democratic Republic of Congo.

On his appointment as Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Republic of South Sudan, Mr Morris has said:

“My appointment as Her Majesty’s Ambassador to South Sudan is a particular privilege. The United Kingdom is committed to helping the people of South Sudan achieve their dreams of security, peace and prosperity, and I will do my utmost with my colleagues to assist them.”

Curriculum Vitae

Personal details  
Full name: Timothy Colin Morris
Married to: Patricia Morris
Children: Three sons
2014 -2015 Kinshasa, Head of Mission (Temporary duty)
2014 Addis Ababa, Special Envoy, South Sudan Peace Talks
2013-2013 FCO, Sahel Coordinator
2008 – 2012 Rabat, Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Morocco and non-resident Ambassador to Mauritania
2005 –2008 FCO, Head of International Organisations Department
2002 – 2004 Lisbon, Deputy Head of Mission
1984 –1987 Tokyo, Counsellor (Trade and Investment)
1996 –1998 FCO, Deputy Head, United Nations Department
1991 – 1995 Madrid, First Secretary and Head of Political Section
1989 – 1991 Department for Trade & Industry, Head, Exports to Japan Unit
1987 –1989 FCO, Southern African Department
1984 –1987 Tokyo, Second Secretary
1982 – 1984 Language training (Japanese)
1981–1982 FCO, Desk Officer, Mexico and Central American Department
1981 Joined FCO

British Ambassador to South Sudan

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.