Amb. Moncef Baati heads for Tunis after 2 years in Seoul
Tunisian Envoy Promotes Tourism, Bilateral Ties
Tunisian Ambassador to Seoul Moncef Baati hosted a dinner for his close friends on the occasion of his departure for Tunis at his residence in Dongbinggo-dong in Yongsan-gu, Seoul on Aug. 21, 2007.Rounding up two years of his successful tenure as ambassador in Seoul, the top Tunisian envoy will leave Seoul for Tunis on Aug. 31, 2007. Amb. Baati is going to take his news mission at the Tunisian Foreign Ministray.The guests included Mr. Lee Sang-Jin, area manager of Emirates Airline Korea, and journalists from The Seoul Times. During dinner the top Tunisian envoy express his gratitude to Area Manager Lee and The Seoul Times journalists for all of the supports.While his was serving as head of Tunisian mission in Seoul, Amb. Baati exerted his utmost in boosting economic cooperation and other bilateral ties between Tunis and Seoul.
|Tunisian Ambassador to Seoul Moncef Baati exchanges views on how to promote Tunisian tourism with Mr. Lee Sang-Jin, area manager of Emirates Airlines in South Korea.|
In particular, he did his best to promote tourism between South Korean and Tunisia, inviting each other's tourism agents and experts.As a law school graduate Amb. Baati started his diplomatic career as the first secretary at the Tunisian Embassy in Geneva in 1982. He graduated from the National School of Administration (ENA) in Tunis.After six years of his service in Geneva, he moved to Tunis to be in charge of multilateral trade division of Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1988. He was the head of the multilateral trade division for four years.In 1992 he was sent to Geneva again to serve there as deputy head of mission at the Tunisian Embassy in the Swiss city. He was there until 1998.In 1998 he was appointed to a position of deputy director for the Foreign Ministry's economic cooperation. He served there for four years until 2002 he was appointed to the minister plenipotentiary and charge d'affaires en pied at the Embassy of Tunisia in Stockholm. He served there until 2005 when he came to Seoul for the current position.He is married and has two daughters. His youngest daughter attends a French school in Seoul.For details or inquiries contact the Tunisian Embassy in Seoul at 790-4334/5.
|Tunisian Ambassador to Seoul Moncef Baati in his office|
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