After 70, female diplomats will leave their posts as ambassadors in Bosnia and Herzegovina and have served as deputy mayor of Tangshan.

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 After 70, female diplomats will leave their posts as ambassadors in Bosnia and Herzegovina and have served as deputy mayor of Tangshan.


Officials continue to disclose information on personnel adjustment of ambassadors abroad.

According to the website of the Chinese Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina, from November 30 to December 4, Ambassador Chen Bo resigned to meet with Vice-President (Vice Premier) and Minister of Foreign Trade of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Coordinator of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chairman of the Democratic Community of Bosnia and Herzegovina (HDZ) and former Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Collective Head of State). Croatian member Covic and Chairman-in-Office of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Parliamentary Council of Nationalities Sovtic and others.

According to the above official information, Chen Bo, a Post-70s female diplomat, is about to step down as Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina, ending her three-year term of office.

According to public information, Chen Bo, born in January 1970, graduated from the Diplomatic Academy and joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1992. He has served as a member of the Eurasian Section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, an attendant of the Embassy in Yugoslavia and a third secretary, a third secretary, a vice-director and a director of the Eurasian Section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a counselor of the Embassy in Serbia and a European Secretariat of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. u3002 Since 2011, Chen Bo has served as Deputy Director-General of the European Division, and later as the first Deputy Secretary-General of the Secretariat for China-Central and Eastern European Countries Cooperation. The China-Central and Eastern European Cooperation Secretariat is a Chinese institution based in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China. It is responsible for communicating and coordinating China-Central and Eastern European cooperation matters, preparing Leadersmeetings and economic and trade forums and implementing relevant results. The Secretariat consists of a Secretary-General, an Executive Secretary and an Under-Secretary-General. In October 2014, Chen Bo was appointed as Tangshan City, Hebei Province, and began his one-year term as Vice Mayor. In October 2015, Chen Bo succeeded Dong Chunfeng as Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Source of this article: Peng Mei News Responsible Editor: Ji Guojie_NBJ11143

According to public information, Chen Bo, born in January 1970, graduated from the Diplomatic Academy and joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1992. He has served as a member of the Eurasian Section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, an attendant of the Embassy in Yugoslavia and a third secretary, a third secretary of the Eurasian Section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a deputy director and a director of the department, a counselor of the Embassy in Serbia and a counselor of the European Department of the

Since 2011, Chen Bo has served as Deputy Director-General of the European Division, and later as the first Deputy Secretary-General of the Secretariat for China-Central and Eastern European Countries Cooperation.

The China-Central and Eastern European Cooperation Secretariat is a Chinese institution based in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China. It is responsible for communicating and coordinating China-Central and Eastern European cooperation matters, preparing Leadersmeetings and economic and trade forums and implementing relevant results. The Secretariat consists of a Secretary-General, an Executive Secretary and an Under-Secretary-General.

In October 2014, Chen Bo was appointed as Tangshan City, Hebei Province, and began his one-year term as Vice Mayor. In October 2015, Chen Bo succeeded Dong Chunfeng as Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina.