Ismail Aramaz

Главный гражданский представитель НАТО в Афганистане – NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan (designate)

  • Last updated 17 Nov. 2014 23:40

On 17 November NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg appointed Ambassador Aramaz as the next NATO Senior Civilian Representative (SCR) in Afghanistan. Ambassador Aramaz is expected to take up his new post early 2015.

Born in Turkey in 1960.

Educated at the University of Kent at Canterbury and the London School of Economics.

Married, with two children (a daughter and a son).

  • 2010-2013     Ambassador of Turkey to Bulgaria,
  • 2007-2010     Deputy Director-General for International Political Organizations, MFA, Ankara,
  • 2003-2007     Deputy Permanent Representative at the Turkish Delegation to NATO, Brussels,
  • 2003-2003     Head of Department for International Political Organizations, Ankara,
  • 2002-2003     Political Adviser to the ISAF Commander, Kabul,
  • 2001-2002     Head of Department for Central Asia, Ankara,
  • 1997-2001     Counsellor at the Turkish Delegation to NATO, Brussels,
  • 1995-1997     First Secretary at the Arms Control Department, Ankara,
  • 1992-1995     Second Secretary at the Turkish Embassy, Almaty,
  • 1990-1992     Third Secretary at the Turkish Delegation to the CSCE, Vienna,
  • 1989-1990     Vice-Consul at the Turkish Consulate-General, Jeddah,
  • 1986-1989     Trainee diplomatic officer at the Department for Eastern Europe, MFA, Ankara.