Mr. Hill retired from the overseas service in 2010 after serving as ambassador to Iraq
President Joe Biden on Thursday mentioned he intends to appoint long-time diplomat Christopher Hill to be ambassador to Serbia.
Mr. Hill retired from the overseas service in 2010 after serving as ambassador to Iraq.
Throughout his profession, he helped negotiate a peace settlement in 1995 to place an finish to the three 1/2-year Bosnian struggle and was head of the U.S. delegation in 2003 to six-nation talks geared toward making an attempt to steer North Korea to surrender its nuclear program.
Mr. Hill was the American ambassador to Macedonia, Poland and South Korea in addition to particular envoy to Kosovo. He was appointed as assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific Affairs throughout the George W Bush administration.
Mr. Hill is at the moment an adjunct professor at Columbia College’s College of Worldwide and Public Affairs.
The submit requires Senate affirmation.