James Foley to be new US ambassador to Croatia
| James B. Foley |
US President Barack Obama will nominate James B. Foley as new US ambassador to Croatia. Foley's nomination must be approved by the US Senate.
Foley, a career member of the Senior Foreign Service, will succeed Robert Bradtke, who is leaving in July. Bradtke has been ambassador since 2006.
Foley has been a diplomat for 25 years and has served as the State Department’s Senior Coordinator for Iraqi Refugee Issues since 2007. Before that, he was U.S. ambassador to Haiti and political officer in Algiers and Manila.
Foley has also been deputy director of the private office of the NATO secretary general in Brussels and State Department deputy press spokesman.
Formatted for CROWN by Marko Puljić
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