The Institute of World Policy Has Presented TOP-10 Most Efficient Ambassadors

01:30 PM 25-3-2010

On March 25, The Institute of World Policy presented Top-10 charts of the most efficient national and international diplomatists in 2009.Mr. Jacques Faure, Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of France to Ukraine, was nominated as most efficient foreign diplomatist in Ukraine in 2009. Members of foreign embassies and representatives of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine visited this event at the Institute of World Policy.

The Institute of World Policy has published special catalogue containing information on every nominee of the charts.

ТОP-10 foreign ambassadors in Ukraine:

1. Jacques Faure, ambassador of France, 113 points
2. Hans-Jurgen Heimsoeth, ambassador of Germany, 110 points
3. Jacek Kluczkowski, ambassador of Poland, 108,5 points
4. John Tefft, ambassador of the United States of America, 77 points
5. Leigh Turner, ambassador of Great Britain, 42 points
6. Josef Markus Wuketich, ambassador of Austria, 38 points
7. Grigol Katamadze, ambassador of Georgia, 34 points
8. Valentin Velichko, ambassador of Belarus, 33 points
9. Andras Barsony, ambassador of Hungary, 27 points
10. Talyat Museib oglu Aliyev, ambassador of Azerbaijan, 25 points

ТОP-10 ambassadors of Ukraine:

1. Oleh Shamshur, ambassador to the United States of America, 105 points
2. Kostyantyn Gryshchenko, ambassador to the Russian Federation, 90 points
3. Andri Veselovsky, representative of Ukraine to EU, 89 points
4. Olexander Motsyk, ambassador to Poland, 67 points
5. Nataliya Zarudna, ambassador to Germany, 45 points
6. Yuriy Sergeyev, representative of Ukraine to UN, 32 points
7. Viktor Mayko, ambassador to Turkmenistan and Afghanistan, 26 points
8. Andrii Deshchytsia, ambassador to Finland, 25 points
9. Ihor Ostash, ambassador to Canada, 23 points
10. Serghii Pyrozhkov, ambassador to Moldova, 20 points

Experts of the TOP-10 diplomatists chart are:

– Alyona Getmanchuk, director of the Institute of World Policy

– Mykhaylo Honchar, director of energy projects, NOMOS Center

– Andriy Honcharuk, Administration of the President, Deputy Head

– Kostyantin Yelisyeyev, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs

– Varvara Zhluktenko,, editor-in-chief

– Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze, Open Ukraine, executive director

Volodymyr Ohryzko, former minister of foreign affairs

– Yuriy Onyshkiv,, international observer

– Oleksandr Paliy, Institute for Foreign Policy, Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine, expert

– Hryhoriy Perepelytsya, Institute of Foreign Policy of the Diplomatic Academy at the MFA, director

– Leonid Polyakov, Center for Army, Conversion and Disarmament Studies, analyst

– Mykola Siruk, Den’ newspaper, international observer

– Oleksandr Sushko, research director of the Institute of Euro-Atlantic Cooperation

– Vadym Tryukhan, Coordination Bureau for European and Euro-Atlantic integration,. Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, director

– Gennadiy Udovenko, former minister of foreign affairs

– Oleksandr Shcherba, Ambassador, foreign policy expert