Warwick Morris

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Person.png Warwick MorrisRdf-icon.png
(diplomat)
Born10 August 1948

Warwick Morris has been appointed Her Majesty's Ambassador to Seoul in succession to Mr Charles Humfrey CMG who will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment. Mr Morris will take up his new appointment in November 2003.

CURRICULUM VITAE 2000 - Present HANOI (Ambassador) 1999 Royal College of Defence Studies - London 1995 - 1998 NEW DELHI (Counsellor, Economic & Commercial) 1993 - 1994 FCO (Counsellor, later Head of Permanent Under Secretary's Department) 1992 - 1993 FCO (Deputy Head, Far Eastern Department) 1988 - 1991 SEOUL (1st Secretary, Head of Chancery) 1984 - 1987 MEXICO CITY (1st Secretary, Commercial) 1982 - 1984 FCO (Head of Section, Hong Kong Department) 1980 - 1982 FCO (Personnel Operations Department) 1979 - 1980 FCO (Private Secretary to the Deputy Permanent Under Secretary) 1977 - 1979 SEOUL (2nd Secretary, Political) 1975 - 1976 SEOUL (Full Time Language Training) 1972 - 1974 PARIS (3rd Secretary, Information) 1969 - 1971 FCO (Information Department) 1969 Entered FCO[1]

10 August 1948|


References

  1. Hermes Database April 25, 2003 FOREIGN AND COMMONWEALTH OFFICE DAILY BULLETIN - 25/28 APRIL - - CHANGE OF AMBASSADOR TO THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA - MINISTERIAL ENGAGEMENTS - FRIDAY 25 APRIL - MINISTERIAL ENGAGEMENTS - MONDAY 28 APRIL - CHANGE OF AMBASSADOR TO THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA