Chang-beom Cho

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Ambassador Chang-beom Cho

Ambassador Chang Beom Cho is Vice President of the UN Association of the Republic of Korea and Visiting Professor at the Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University. He was Deputy Foreign Minister for Policy Planning and International Organizations, Korean Foreign Ministry. As a career diplomat he served as Ambassador of Korea to Australia, Republic of Austria and Czech Republic. Ambassador Cho also worked extensively in multilateral negotiations as Permanent Representative to the UN and International Organizations in Vienna, Governor to the IAEA, and Ambassador/Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, New York. Ambassador Cho has been passionately involved in academic and civil society activities in support of the cause of the United Nations and served as Advisor to the President of the WFUNA. He is a board member of Korean Council of Foreign Relations and Haesung Institute for International Ethics in Korea. He was elected as Vice-President of the WFUNA at its 40th Plenary Assembly in Rio de Janeiro in November 2012. He graduated from Seoul National University and studied International Law and Diplomacy at the Graduate Schools of Seoul National University and Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

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