Biography of the Ambassador [ar]
HE Mrs Cécile LONGÉ
Foreign Affairs Counsellor “hors classe”
Master’s degree in International and European Law, Sorbonne.
1985-1987: At the Foreign Office (digitalization of administration),
1987-1988: Third then second Secretary in Athens,
1991-1994: At the Foreign Office (European Affairs),
1994-1997: European Commission in Brussels, in charge of EU integration of Central European Countries.
1998-2002: First Secretary in Sofia,
2002-2004: Ministry of the Interior, local governor “sous-préfet” in department Hautes Pyrénées
2004-2005: local governor in department Haute-Garonne (Toulouse)
2005-2007: local governor in department Loiret (Pithiviers),
2007-2009: At the Foreign Office, Deputy- Director of Geographical Coordination, International Cooperation and Development Department,
2009-2010: Secretary General of the Cultural Council of the Union for the Mediterranean in PR’s team
2010-2013: At the Foreign Office, Deputy- Director of the Crisis Center,
2013-2017: Consul General in Beirut,
September 2017: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to the Kingdom of Bahrain.