Biography Raymond QUEREILHAC


Born July 19th, 1953
BA in Law, diploma from the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (Urdu).
Foreign Affairs Adviser
Chevalier of the National Order of Merit


22nd January 1979: Admitted for the competition for the recruitment of "Deputy Secretaries" at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (East)

1979-190: Military service
1980-1982: Central Administration, Economic and Financial Affairs

1982-1985: Second Secretary at Dhaka, Bangladesh;
1985-1990 : Second Secretary in Pretoria, South Africa;
1990-1992: Central Administration, America
1992-1995: First Secretary at Port-au-Prince, Haiti;
1995-1999: First Secretary, Representative of France to Vienna negotiations and the Permanent Representation of France to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in Vienna;
1999-2003: Central government, United Nations and international organizations;

14th May 2003: Chevalier de l’ordre national du mérite;
2003-2006: First Secretary, Permanent Representative, Assistant to the Organization of American States in Washington and with the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean;
2006-2010: Second Counselor in Havana, Cuba;
2010-2013: Headquarters, Head of the Mission of administrative and financial management (French abroad and consular administration)

Mr. Quereilhac took office Consul of France in Johannesburg, South Africa, December 10th, 2013. He is married to Michaëlle Merceron.

publié le 12/11/2015

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