Chinese president appoints new ambassadors
GOV.cn Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Chinese President Hu Jintao has appointed 11 new ambassadors in line with decisions adopted by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, China's top legislature.

Xu Jinghu was appointed ambassador to the Kingdom of Morocco, replacing Gong Yuanxing.

Liu Denglin was appointed ambassador to the Republic of Yemen, replacing Luo Xiaoguang.

Li Liansheng was appointed ambassador to the State of Eritrea, replacing Shu Zhan.

Yang Guangyu was appointed ambassador to the Republic of Chad, replacing Wang Yingwu.

Li Chunhua was appointed ambassador to the Republic of Cape Verde, replacing Wu Yuanshan.

Xin Shunkang was appointed ambassador to the Republic of Zimbabwe, replacing Yuan Nansheng.

Gao Jian was appointed ambassador to the Republic of Hungary, replacing Zhang Chunxiang.

Zhang Keyuan was appointed ambassador to the Republic of Malta, replacing Chai Xi.

Zhang Weidong was appointed ambassador to the Federated States of Micronesia, replacing Liu Fei.

Zhao Wuyi was appointed ambassador to the Republic of Peru, replacing Gao Zhengyue.

Gao Zhengyue was appointed ambassador to the Republic of Colombia, replacing Li Changhua.

Editor: Xiong Tong
Source: Xinhua