Karno-Ruthenian Ambassador to France

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Ambassador of Karnia-Ruthenia to France
Incumbent
Wilhelm von und zu Hochbach

since 02 April 2020
StyleHis/Her Excellency
ResidenceRennes
NominatorCaio of Daugavia
AppointerOscar I
Inaugural holderWilhelm von und zu Hochbach
First Ambassador extraordinary to France
Formation02 April 2020

The Karno-Ruthenian Ambassador to France is in charge of the Karno-Ruthenian Embassy in Rennes, the imperial and royal diplomatic mission to the France. The official title is His Majesty's Ambassador to the French Republic and the position of ambassador to France.

The ambassador's main duty is to present Karno-Ruthenian policies to the French-born citizens and their government, and to report French policies and views to the Government of Karnia-Ruthenia. The ambassador is the head of the Karnia-Ruthenia's consular service in France. As well as directing diplomatic activity in support of trade and for the provision of consular support to Karno-Ruthenian citizens in France. He also oversees cultural relations between the two countries.

The head of the embassy in France is the first to have as its inaugural holder as a non-native from the country where it was established, with the appointment of Wilhelm von und zu Hochbach[1]. His appointment also finished the position of the ambassador to Belgium as the Ambassador-at-Large to the French-speaking micronations.

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# Name Portrait Resident of In office Appointer
1 Wilhelm von und zu Hochbach Wilhelm Hochbach portrait.png Rennes 02 April 2020 - present Oscar I

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