Nouvo anbasade an Ayiti, Sharon Isabel Cambell ak Marcelo Apicella
Prezidan Michel Martelly resevwa kalifikasyon de nouvo anbasadè akredite an Ayiti, se Anbasadè Sharon Isabel Cambell nan Wayòm Ini ak Anbasadè Marcelo Apicella nan peyi Itali.
New Ambassadors in Haiti, Sharon Isabel Cambell and Marcelo Apicella
President Michel Martelly received the credentials of two new Ambassadors accredited to Haiti, Ambassador Sharon Isabel Cambell of United Kingdom and Ambassador Marcelo Apicella of Italy.
On Monday, December 14, 2015, at the National Palace, President Michel Martelly received the credentials of two new Ambassadors accredited to Haiti. The new ambassadors are: Ambassador Sharon Isabel Campbell (United Kingdom) and Ambassador Marcelo Apicella (Italy). Ambassador Sharon Campbell joined the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO, UK) in 1983. With vast experience in international affairs, including security and consular matters, she has previously served in Poland, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Venezuela, and Belgium. Earlier to this appointment, she was the British Ambassador to the Republic of Costa Rica (2011-15). Her husband Christopher Campbell is also a diplomat (FCO, UK). Marcelo Apicella (born June 10, 1964) joined the diplomatic career on July 3, 1995. He was appointed as the Secretary of Legation in June 1997. In 1999, he was appointed as the Consul at Split, Croatia (1999 -2005). Later became Secretary of Legation at the Consulate General of Italy, in Paris with the capacity of Consul. In 2007 he returned to the Foreign Ministry as the Directorate-General for Human Resources and Organization. In 2010 he was appointed First Counsellor for Emigration and Social Affairs in Buenos Aires. From January 1, 2013, he took charges as the Minister Counsellor at the Italian Embassy in Buenos Aires. He was appointed as the Italian Ambassador in Panama on June 2015. The two new Ambassadors have reiterated their commitments to strengthen ties between the countries and improve the living conditions of the Haitian population.« Previous · Next »