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President Piñera appoints ambassadors to Czech Republic and Haiti

Wednesday, 4 September, 2019
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Teodoro Ribera, announced that the President of the Republic, Sebastián Piñera, has appointed two new Chilean ambassadors abroad, who have already received the approval of their respective countries. They are Patricio Utreras, in the Czech Republic, and Rodrigo Donoso, in Haiti.
 
Patricio Utreras
 
Ambassador Utreras Díaz is a geographer from the University of Chile and a graduate of the Diplomatic Academy "Andrés Bello".
 
He has served in the embassies of Chile in Indonesia, Norway (Consul in Oslo), Philippines, Netherlands, in the Permanent Mission of Chile to the International Organizations based in Geneva and France. He has been Interim Representative to the OECD and Alternate Representative to UNESCO. Prior to his appointment, he served as Chile's Ambassador to Haiti.
 
At the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Santiago, he worked in the areas of Planning, European Affairs and the Directorate of Multilateral Affairs. He was also Deputy Director of Human Rights.
 
Rodrigo Donoso
 
Rodrigo Donoso Maluf is Professor of State in English at the Universidad de la Frontera and a graduate of the Diplomatic Academy "Andrés Bello". He holds a Master's degree in International Studies from the University of Chile and completed postgraduate studies in International Relations at the University of Paris and the University of Vienna.
 
He has served in the Mission of Chile to the European Union and in the Embassy of Chile in Belgium and Luxembourg; in the Mission of Chile to the WTO in Geneva; in the Mission of Chile to the United Nations in Geneva, in the Mission of Chile to the United Nations in New York and in the Embassy of Chile in Austria. He was also Consul in Vienna and Delegate in the Mission of Chile to the United Nations in Vienna.
 
In the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Santiago, he worked in the cabinets of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Director General of International Economic Relations, the Secretary General of Foreign Policy; in the Directorate of International and Human Security; in the Directorate General of Ceremonial and Protocol; and in the Directorate of Cultural Affairs, DIRAC.
 
Before his appointment, he served as Minister Counselor in the Mission of Chile to the European Union and in the Embassy of Chile in Belgium.